The recent rise in community transmission of airborne viruses in Australia means some states and territories now recommend or require the use of face coverings.
From 11:59pm on Sunday 2 August everyone in the state of Victoria must wear a face covering whenever they leave home unless an exemption applies.
People in New South Wales and Queensland are strongly encouraged to use face coverings in high-risk public settings to help prevent the spread of airborne germs. This includes:
- In indoor settings where physical distancing is hard to maintain, such as on public transport or in supermarkets.
- Where practical, in indoor settings with a higher risk of transmission, such as for the staff of hospitality and customer-facing venues (such as cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs).
- Attending places of worship.
- Wearing a face covering can help protect you and those around you if you are in an area with community transmission, and physical distancing is not possible, like on public transport.
COMPOSITION OF OUR FACE COVERINGS
Cotton, water resistant fabric in different designs and suitable for ages 2 years plus.
Nano Silver polyester padding that acts as a safety filter eliminating small particles of bacteria.
Antibacterial knitted fabric, soft and suitable for all skin types.