Fusion PPE Lowers Pricing of N95, KN95 and other High-filtration Masks to Support President Biden’s 100-day Challenge and Doctors’ Recommendations to Upgrade Masks to Stop Pandemic
In a nationwide effort to control the spread of COVID-19, Fusion PPE is lowering prices on its N95 respirators, KN95s, and other high-filtration masks so Americans can afford to follow the presidential mask mandate. President Biden’s “100-day Mask Challenge” supports multiple medical experts’ recommendations’ to use N95 respirators that “would stop the pandemic,” as recently reported by CNN in an interview with Harvard Medical School physician Dr. Abraar Karan. The New York Times also shared information on how best to prevent contact with new Coronavirus variants and recommended it is time to upgrade to two- or three-layer masks.
Fusion PPE, a leading provider of personal protective equipment (PPE) since March 2020, offers multiple N95 masks including the NIOSH and CDC approved USA-made N95 respirator from Protective Health Gear (PHG) and the BYD Particulate Respirator through Dream Medical Group. Fusion PPE’s PHG 5160 and BYD N95 Particulate Respirator DE2322 are on the CDC’s list of NIOSH-Approved N95 Particulate Filtering Facepiece Respirators. The company also offers authentic KN95s and other high-filtration masks.
“Our goal has been to safeguard individuals and organizations from the novel coronavirus. Given the newest research, federal advocacy, and new COVID-19 strains, we immediately adjusted our pricing on all medical grade masks and other critical PPE to ensure the expert recommendations to upgrade masks and continue use of all safety products is affordable to the general public,” said Mark Rubino, Founder and President, Fusion PPE.
Fusion PPE’s medical grade masks come in quantities as low as 5 and are sold in various amounts as well as in bulk. They are in-stock and ready to ship by ordering online at www.FusionPPE.com or by calling 1-800-991-5977. The company delivers genuine PPE to a growing consumer clientele, front liners, hospital workers, business owners, schools, and major league sports teams.