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A mask can be worn for a few days, how to deal with it after use?

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Due to different types of masks, different groups of users, and different environments, it is not possible to uniformly specify how long masks are used. Under normal circumstances, the disposable medical surgical mask is recommended to be replaced at least 4 hours; if the mask is wet or dirty with secretions, or is damaged, or feels increased respiratory resistance, it should be replaced immediately.

A mask can be worn for a few days, how to deal with it after use?

Used masks, for ordinary people, because of the lower risk, directly thrown into the trash. For those with fever, cough, sputum, sneezing and other symptoms, or those who have been in contact with such people, the first choice is to throw the masks into the yellow special garbage cans of the medical institution, which will be held as medical waste by a special cleaning and transportation institution Transshipment and disposal. You can also throw the mask to the trash first, then use 5% 84 disinfectant according to the 1:99 ratio, then sprinkle it on the mask for processing.

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