Prevention & Protection


We are a 501(c)(3) 1023 Non-profit. The price for masks reflects the whole sale cost, cost of shipping, cost of shipping insurance, administrative costs, and other other local, state, and federal fees. A percentage of masks are donated to the elderly, any nurse or doctor, any frontline worker, any policeman, any fireman, any necessary employed persons such as grocery store clerk, any person(s) who are suffering from any immune deficiency, any person(s) who have recently beat cancer or are undergoing chemotherapy. By making a purchase you are acknowledging you are paying a premium for us to continue to serve our communities and to be able to donate masks to those who need them.  







        KN95 vs. N95 Masks

The KN95 mask is designed to filter out at least 95% of particles that are 0.3 microns or larger in size — the same measure used for the scarce N95 mask. Like the N95, it fits closely around the nose and mouth, creating a seal that decreases the risk of infection. And the Centers for Disease Control has said it’s as effective as N95, which is certified under US testing standards. But this second type of mask, called the KN95, complies with slightly different norms and is being utilized in Europe and around the  world to protect yourself against the Coronavirus



1. Health officials have stated that the worldwide Coronavirus infection known as COVID-19 could be around for the next 18 months or longer- until a cure, vaccine or even a treatment is acquired. 
2. Many doctors and expert epidemiologists have stated that they believe the reason why South Korea was able to prevent a larger outbreak, was because the government issues each citizen two KN95 masks per week. 
3. Wearing a mask before you leave your house reminds you to keep your hands away from your face at all times while in public places. 
4. Most estimates now predict that 56-70% of all Americans will be infected with the new COVID-19 Coronavirus in the next 18 months. 


1. To date, the CDC (Center for Disease Control and the WHO (World Health Organization) do not actually know how transmittable the new Coronavirus known as COVID-19 actually is. 

2. Because COVID-19 is a new zoonotic virus, it has the ability to mutate and may at any point become a different strain. 

3. Health officials and scientists believe that virus can not only survive on metal objects for days, but that it can be transmitted through particle droplets from one person to another. 

4. Person to person transmission is also possible when an infected individual is not even symptomatic or showing any signs. 

Coronavirus  Prevention & Protection

The best way to defeat the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in America, is to reduce the number of civilian infections through community spread. The less infections in our communities the less stress we will put on local hospitals and the greater chance we have at surviving this lethal pandemic. The FDA has not approved KN95 masks for hospital workers yet because they are made in China, even though most M3 N95 masks are made in China. Since hospitals will not accept these certified KN95 masks, the public should take advantage of this protection now. 



Updated as of April 5th, 2020

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