Notice on SHIELD sanitary face mask


With this notice, Kovanec Unlimited d.o.o. informs the public about the properties of the Shield sanitary face mask and its use, and appeals to the public to strictly follow the general preventive measures in order to prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2 virus and COVID-19. Although the mask is extremely durable and made of soft and comfortable material, the following must be observed when using the Shield sanitary face mask:

1. The Shield sanitary face mask does not prevent the risk of any infection or disease. We recommend that you replace the mask if it comes in contact with blood or fluids, including body fluids.
2. The Shield sanitary face mask serves the individual who wears it as a preventive measure, preventing them from unnecessarily touching the skin covered by the mask and thereby increasing exposure to infections.
3. Do not interfere with the Shield sanitary face mask and its parts by replacing, changing, adding or removing any parts of the mask.
4. Carefully place the Shield sanitary face mask over your mouth and nose, and secure it to reduce any gaps between the face and the mask.
5. Do not touch the Shield sanitary face mask while using it.
6. Remove the Shield sanitary face mask using the appropriate technique (i.e. do not touch the front of the face mask; instead, remove it from the back).
7. After removing the Shield sanitary face mask, or when you accidentally touch the used mask, clean your hands using disinfectant and soap.
8. If the mask gets wet or damp, be sure to replace or clean, sanitise and dry the Shield sanitary face mask before re-using it.
9. Be careful so that the Shield sanitary face mask does not prevent you from breathing.
10. A competent certification body has issued no certificate for the Shield sanitary face mask attesting that the mask meets the European standard EN149:2001 + A1:2009, EN14683-2014 or other standards for protective devices.


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