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Omega ASTM Level 2 Light Blue Surgical Face Masks

As there is a world wide shortage of Disposable Surgical Medical Face Masks Because of the CoronaVirus. These are Special Order and there are no returns. The sale of this item is subject to regulation by the U.S. FDA and therefore is Non Returnable. Once the Order is Placed we can not Cancel the Order as it goes to the Warehouse that ships the product out as fast as possible to Help those in Need.

We have all these Face Masks in Stock and Ready to ship. 1 to 5 Days Delivery Time

Omega ASTM Level 2 Light Blue Surgical Face Masks Omega ASTM Level 2 Light Blue Surgical Face Masks

Omega ASTM Level 2 Light Blue Surgical Face Masks

Inner material feels silky soft on your skin, along with gentle ear loops and a curved nosepiece for a pleasant fit. Hypoallergenic. 3 Ply, Pleated. Latex and fiberglass Free, Soft, lightweight, and highly breathable facial mask. Cellulose-blend inner layer is extra-soft and dye-free. Light Blue color. Omega Disposable Surgical Masks are More breathable and Softer than leading competitors. Light, comfortable mask for extended wear. Three-ply, soft, nonirritating inner and outer facing. High-filtration efficiency with 3 layers of protection Helps to block exhaled droplets.

Omega ASTM Level 2 Medical Grade
Face Masks with Fluid Protection. Omega Procedure Masks are manufactured in an ISO compliant facility by a manufacturer that is approved by the FDA to produce medical supplies of all forms-not just masks. These masks have undergone rigorous testing to ensure regulatory compliance and more importantly to ensure a premium mask you can trust.

Omega Disposable Face Masks have been tested by the 3rd Party Medical Device Labs. Nelson Labs is a laboratory accredited to assess "Masks, Gloves, Medical Protective Clothing and Other Personal Protective Equipment." These test reports from these labs are also accepted by the US FDA. these test results include over 98% bacterial filtration efficiency and meet the EN14683 Type IIR EU Standard requirements.

Brand: Omega
Color: Light Blue
Composition/Ingredients: Hypoallergenic
Fluid Resistant: ASTM Level 2
Item Type: Earloop
Quantity: 50/Box
Bacterial Filtration Efficiency: >98.6
Particulate Filtration Efficiency: >98.2
Flame Spread: Class 1
Differential Pressure: >5.0
Meets ASTM Level 2 standard, 120 mmHg
Packaging: Since the Corona Virus They are now Packed in a Plactic Bag Inside the Box to prevent Cross Contamination from Manufacturing

Reg $ 29.99  $ 10.99


Omega ASTM Level 2 Light Blue Surgical Face Masks Box of 50  $ 11.99  

Omega ASTM Level 2 Light Blue Surgical Face Masks 10 Boxes of 50  $ 10.99 Each Box 

Omega ASTM Level 2 Silky Black Surgical Face Masks Box of 50  $ 12.99  

Omega ASTM Level 2 Silky Black Surgical Face Masks 10 Boxes of 50  $ 11.99 Each Box 


Dental professionals require different levels of protection when working with high-risk versus low-risk patients & procedures. Lions Dental carries earloop masks from leading manufacturers such as Cranberry, Crosstex, Ecobee, Halyard, and Medicom, as well as our own House Medical Brand, to help ensure effective infection control during all kinds of dental procedures. Make Lions Dental And Medical Supply your one-stop resource for Disposable face masks that support safe and infection-free delivery of oral health care.

Earloop Face Masks

Lions Dental and Medical Supply offers a variety of earloop masks to meet ASTM Level 1, 2, and 3 infection control standards. Lightweight and hypoallergenic offerings, many with adjustable nosepieces, deliver optimal comfort for extended wear, while anti-fog options enhance visibility. Fluid resistant materials and aluminum chin pieces for tighter fit protect against spray, splatter, and airborne particles. Rely on Us for earloop masks that provide the right level of protection at competitive prices — all backed by the Lions Dental guarantee of quality, convenience, and overall satisfaction.


Surgical Face Masks (Face Masks)

A surgical mask is a loose-fitting, disposable device that creates a physical barrier between the mouth and nose of the wearer and potential contaminants in the immediate environment. Surgical masks are regulated under 21 CFR 878.4040. Surgical masks are not to be shared and may be labeled as surgical, isolation, dental, or medical procedure masks. They may come with or without a face shield. These are often referred to as face masks, although not all face masks are regulated as surgical masks.

Surgical masks are made in different thicknesses and with different ability to protect you from contact with liquids. These properties may also affect how easily you can breathe through the face mask and how well the surgical mask protects you.

If worn properly, a surgical mask is meant to help block large-particle droplets, splashes, sprays, or splatter that may contain germs (viruses and bacteria), keeping it from reaching your mouth and nose. Surgical masks may also help reduce exposure of your saliva and respiratory secretions to others.

While a surgical mask may be effective in blocking splashes and large-particle droplets, a face mask, by design, does not filter or block very small particles in the air that may be transmitted by coughs, sneezes, or certain medical procedures. Surgical masks also do not provide complete protection from germs and other contaminants because of the loose fit between the surface of the face mask and your face.

Surgical masks are not intended to be used more than once. If your mask is damaged or soiled, or if breathing through the mask becomes difficult, you should remove the face mask, discard it safely, and replace it with a new one. To safely discard your mask, place it in a plastic bag and put it in the trash. Wash your hands after handling the used mask.


What will COVID-19 look like in the fall for unvaccinated Americans?

As of June 16, more than half of Americans were fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including more than 76% of adults aged 65 years or older.

On June 8, CDC Director Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, announced that the average daily case count in the United States dipped below 15,000 for the first time since March 2020, and that new hospitalizations from COVID-19 had declined by 83% since January.

Experts said the emergence of the delta variant and the fact that many Americans are not getting vaccinated could contribute to a dangerous fall season.
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“Overall, the pandemic is looking better in the U.S. than it has in a long time,” Krutika Kuppalli, MD, assistant professor of medicine in the division of infectious diseases at the Medical University of South Carolina and an emerging leader in biosecurity fellow at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, told Healio.

“The improvement in numbers is a testament to the overall effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout,” Kuppalli said. “That being said, there are still pockets of the country that have had low rates of vaccine uptake that are concerning ... in particular, rural areas and areas in the southern part of the country.”


Rochelle P. Walensky
Krutika Kuppalli
Walensky said mounting data indicate that the vaccines are “moving us out of this pandemic.” Indeed, officials have been lifting pandemic-related mitigation measures for months.

Still, although COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy has declined, experts agree that many eligible people simply will never get vaccinated. What will the pandemic look like for them in the fall?

Variants, flu complicate outlook
According to Kuppalli, all you have to do to get an idea of what this fall might look like for unvaccinated people is look at last fall and winter.

“However, you have to add in the fact that we have several variants circulating that have been shown to be increasingly transmissible and possibly more virulent,” Kuppalli said. “Additionally, there is concern over how bad the flu season could be this year, which could cause extra complications for those not vaccinated.”

Bruce Y. Lee
One of the most dangerous variants is the delta variant, first identified in India, which Bruce Y. Lee, MD, MBA, said has a “fitness advantage,” meaning it has some characteristics or qualities that allow it to spread more easily, be more contagious and take over as the dominate variant, as it has done in the United Kingdom.

“All you have to do is look at the chaos the delta variant caused in India to see how destructive it can be,” Kuppalli added. “I am concerned about how much more transmissible it is and what that means for individuals who have not been vaccinated but also those who have only received one dose of the vaccine as well as individuals who are immunocompromised and may not have developed a strong antibody response.”

As long as SARS-CoV-2 continues to spread, reproducing in people, more variants will probably emerge, said Lee, a professor of health policy and management at the City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy.

“That’s another reason to try to get this spread down as quickly as possible,” Lee told Healio. “The more it spreads, and the more viruses are reproducing or replicating, you’re just giving more and more opportunities for more variants to emerge.”

Higher coverage
Survey results published recently in JAMA showed that the prevalence of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among a cohort of more than 7,000 U.S. adults declined from 46% in October to around 35% in March, months after vaccinations began.

The largest declines occurred among Black and Hispanic people, researchers reported. They said hesitancy was most common among younger adults, people without a college degree, and in households earning $50,000 or less annually.

“I think we really need to work on developing our grass roots campaign to understand why certain people aren’t getting vaccinated,” Kuppalli said. “We need to meet people where they are and try to understand and counsel people. I think there still is a lot of misinformation and fear out there about the vaccine, and many times it takes an individual discussion to understand why people believe this misinformation and to appropriately educate them.”

Lee explained that unvaccinated Americans can largely be grouped in several categories. The first, he says, are people who will not get vaccinated under any condition.

“In that case, there's not much you can do because they've already decided that they're actually not going to do this,” Lee said, adding that clinicians must help these people understand that COVID-19 is serious and there are serious risks to not being vaccinated. From there, all you can do is help them take the necessary precautions to limit their risk, Lee said.

The second group consists of people who will not get vaccinated based on misinformation or other information not based on science.

“So, one of the keys here is to help them understand and sort through what's real information and what's not real information,” Lee said. “Help them understand that everyone wants each person to make an informed decision and this is a situation where something unknown is being forced upon people, but when you're determining what information is appropriate or not, you have to be able to look at the source, you have to be able to look at the reason behind what a person or organization or a bot or a social media account is trying to say.”

The third group consists of people who may have correct information on hand, but they distrust health systems, Lee said. This group needs someone they know or trust to reach out and steer them in the direction that is best for them, he said.

Then there are people who would like to get vaccinated but have been unable to. For them, it is a matter of making the vaccines available, Lee said.

“Unvaccinated people will be left vulnerable,” Lee said, adding that a big concern is getting enough people vaccinated to exceed herd immunity thresholds where the chain of transmission can be broken.

“This ultimately will not only help the people who are not vaccinated but also the people who are vaccinated because we have to remember the vaccine is not 100% effective and you can still have breakthrough cases,” Lee said. “That means people who are not vaccinated will continue to have to maintain social distancing, wear a face mask and protect themselves as much as possible come this fall.”

CDC. COVID data tracker: COVID-19 vaccinations in the United States.

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