The mask was developed using the certified IS 16289:2014 standard to provide maximum protection for medical staff and consumers, and to feel comfortable during long-term use<
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Professor of Nursing and Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Griffith University
Thea van de Mortel teaches in the Graduate Infection Preventi
Dr. Seyyedarash Haddadi has developed an antibacterial and antiviral coating for cloth face masks. (Submit photos)
The coating will be applied to millions of masks sold worldwide