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Face shields are easier to talk in, but are they safer than masks?

Face shields are easier to talk in, but are they safer than masks?

By Laura Hensley  Global News   Face shields may not be commonplace in all public spaces just yet, but as the novel coronavirus pandemic continues, more Canadians are considering the plastic protective face wear. Plastic face shields are typically used in medical settings to protect health-care workers but are now being used in schools, restaurants and grocery stores in both Canada and abroad to help curb the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. “With face masks, there’s this lack of human connectivity and sense of anonymity when you only see the top part of someone’s face,” said Xenia Chen, founder of Threads, a tights company...

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Sneeze Guards List

Sneeze Guards List

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Custom Sneeze Guard Partition in Offices

Custom Sneeze Guard Partition in Offices

Custom Sneeze Guard Partition in a Restaurant

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Coronavirus and plastic protective screens: all you need to know

You can see it in nearly every supermarket at the moment: transparent Perspex screens that is suspended from the ceiling to create a partition between customers and cashiers. Why are sneeze screens so effective against the spread of coronavirus and for what situations are these plastic protective cough screens most applicable? In this blog, we explain the various types of counter screens and how they can be used. Plastic shielding at the checkout With Covid-19 spreading rapidly, it’s now more important than it’s ever been for companies to ensure that the workplace is as safe and hygienic as possible, both for employees and...

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