Shanghai Sunland Industrial Co., Ltd is the top manufacturer of Personal Protect Equipment in China, with 20 years’experience. We are the Chinese government appointed manufacturer for government power,personal protection equipment , medical instruments,construction industry, etc. All the products get the CE, ANSI and related Industry Certificates. All our safety helmets use the top-quality raw material without any recycling material.
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FILE - In this April 6, 2020 file photo, a customer wearing a ,mask, carries his purchases as he leaves a ,Target, store during the coronavirus pandemic in the Brooklyn borough of New York. ,Target, has joined a growing list of major retailers that will require customers at all their stores to wear face coverings. The Minneapolis, Minnesota-based discounter said Thursday, July 16, that the policy ...
Asked again if medical ,masks, are an efficient protective measure, the scientist reiterated: “Usually not. Or to the least extent.” The ,virus, can easily make it into the human body through eyes, so the major feature of the sought-after ,mask, is to ensure that “your large drops [of saliva] and your snot, excuse me, will stay with you.”
NEW YORK, United States — At a ,Target, in Arizona, a shopper threw an entire display of face ,masks, to the ground. At a Skechers in Oklahoma, a customer threw shoeboxes at an employee who had asked her to put on a ,mask,. At the King of Prussia Mall in Pennsylvania, shoppers tweeted photos of maskless crowds streaming past signs asking them to wear face coverings and practice social distancing.