Hi600 Blue – A Better Reusable Face Mask (Hawaii: State Of Clean Energy)
Better Than Cotton Cloth Masks. The host for this episode is Mitch Ewan. The guests for this episode are Noel Morin and Craig Burger, MD.
Hi600 Blue Mask is a reusable cloth mask that is designed to offer more protection from infectious droplets than cotton cloth masks. Distributed free of charge to Hawaii Island frontline workers
The Hi600 Blue Mask made from hospital grade blue sterilization wrap material. It is a two-layer, water repellent polypropylene material with an electrostatic charge.
This face mask is made possible through donations. The polypropylene fabric is donated by the Hilo Medical Center Foundation. Monetary contributions come from a generous donor who is matching public donations dollar-for-dollar, up to a total of $15,000. Funds are being used to cover the cost to make the masks which are sewn by a Big Island company – Sew Da Kine.
Interested parties can make a tax-deductible donation to our group. A donate link can be found on our website histemcare.org.
Info on the product histemcare.org/hi600
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