- The UK government made public on 4 June that face coverings will be mandatory on public transport in England from 15 June 2020.
- Face mask vendor miamasuku® is ready to ship its stock of beloved cotton facemasks for kids and from Germany to customers in the UK.
- miamasuku® stylish face masks are designed for a perfect fit and unmatched breathing comfort, helping UK citizens comply with the new face covering requirement.
- The miamasuku® research team says scientists continue to publish evidence for the viability of wearing cotton face masks to slow down transmission of the novel coronavirus and halt the spread of COVID-19.
Aachen, Germany - 10 June 2020: Beloved face mask vendor miamasuku® (https://www.miamasuku.com/) today announced that it is ready to ship its current collection of cotton face masks to UK customers. All products are in stock in large quantities as the company has already ramped up production in response to the face mask requirement in Germany that came into force in March 2020. Now that demand is past its peak in Central Europe, miamasuku® face masks are ready to ship to UK citizens in need of a stylish and pandemic-fighting face covering. For its UK launch, miamasuku® is offering free shipping for orders over £70, which is the size of an average family’s shopping cart.
The UK government announced on 4 June 2020 that face coverings will be mandatory on public transport in England from 15 June 2020. While this is later than in many other European countries, the good news is that manufacturers across Europe have already stocked up on non-medical face masks. UK customers will have an unmatched choice of professionally produced and European fabricated styles, fabrics and looks. This might help them to ease into this new legal requirement.
Style and comfort indeed are a matter of importance. While wearing a face mask is common in many Asian countries, folks in the UK (as much as folks across Europe) have yet to get used to this new pandemic accessory. miamasuku® stylish face masks are designed for a perfect fit and unmatched breathing comfort. Every miamasuku® face mask is made of 100% cotton fabric, certified by the OEKO-TEX®-100-Standard. This standard is one of the world’s best-known standards for textiles tested for harmful substances. miamasuku® face masks are handmade by quality clothing manufacturers in Europe. They are available with two types of straps, according to customer preference: either elastic for attachment behind ears or non-elastic for attachment behind the head and neck. Elastic straps are made such that they allow for fitting to the dimensions of each person’s face. Both elastic and non-elastic versions will let customers fit the masks perfectly and thus allow them to breathe comfortably. miamasuku® face masks are washable and reusable to protect planet Earth.
The miamasuku® research team says scientists have recently published strong evidence for the viability of wearing cotton face masks to slow down the spread of COVID-19. In a May 2020 publication in _Science_ magazine, authors conclude that masks and testing are necessary to combat asymptomatic spread of the novel coronavirus in aerosols and droplets. In a _New England Journal of Medicine_ publication also dating May 2020, the authors demonstrate the positive effect of cotton masks on droplet emission during speech. Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA, in a March publication in _JAMA_ demonstrate the expansion of a 6–8m aerosol cloud from coughing without wearing a mask. Evidence like this has led WHO to now officially recommend the public use of face masks for control of COVID-19 as of early June 2020.
Website for UK orders: https://www.miamasuku.com/
Science from May 27, 2020: https://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2020/06/08/science.abc6197
New Endland Journal of Medicine May 2020: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMc2007800
MIT Scientists in JAMA March 2020: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2763852
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