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Put on N95 filtering facepiece respirator or higher (use a surgical mask if a respirator is not available). (...) Do not wear respirator/facemask under your chin or store in scrubs pocket between patients.* » Respirator: Respirator straps should be placed on crown of head (top strap) and base of neck (bottom strap). (...) Remove and discard N95 respirator (or surgical mask if used instead of respirator).* Do not touch the front of the N95 respirator or surgical mask. » N95 Respirator: Remove the bottom strap by touching only the strap and bring it carefully over the head.
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Score: 1464481.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...s/coronavirus_comms_ppehcw.pdf
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CS 315838-A 03/20/2020 cdc.gov/COVID19 COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Healthcare Personnel Preferred PPE – Use N95 or Higher Respirator N95 or higher respirator When respirators are not available, use the best available alternative, like a surgical mask. (...) Remove and discard N95 respirator (or surgical mask if used instead of respirator).* Do not touch the front of the respirator or surgical mask. » N95 Respirator: Remove the bottom strap by touching only the strap and bring it carefully over the head. (...) Put on N95 filtering facepiece respirator or higher (use a surgical mask if a respirator is not available).
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Score: 1461291.6 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...onavirus_comms_ppehcw11x17.pdf
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COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Healthcare Personnel Acceptable Alternative PPE – Use Surgical MaskPreferred PPE – Use N95 or Higher Respirator N95 or higher respirator When respirators are not available, use the best available alternative, like a surgical mask. Facemask N95 or higher respirators are preferred but surgical mask are an acceptable alternative.
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Score: 1399288.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...avirus_comms_ppeillustrate.pdf
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Put on N95 filtering facepiece respirator or higher (use a surgical mask if a respirator is not available). (...) Do not wear respirator/facemask under your chin or store in scrubs pocket between patients.* » Respirator: Respirator straps should be placed on crown of head (top strap) and base of neck (bottom strap). (...) Remove and discard N95 respirator (or surgical mask if used instead of respirator).* Do not touch the front of the N95 respirator or surgical mask. » N95 Respirator: Remove the bottom strap by touching only the strap and bring it carefully over the head.
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Score: 1383034.8 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...5/coronavirus_comms_ppehcw.pdf
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CS 315838-A 03/20/2020 cdc.gov/COVID19 COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Healthcare Personnel Preferred PPE – Use N95 or Higher Respirator N95 or higher respirator When respirators are not available, use the best available alternative, like a surgical mask. (...) Remove and discard N95 respirator (or surgical mask if used instead of respirator).* Do not touch the front of the respirator or surgical mask. » N95 Respirator: Remove the bottom strap by touching only the strap and bring it carefully over the head. (...) Put on N95 filtering facepiece respirator or higher (use a surgical mask if a respirator is not available).
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Score: 1380300.8 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...onavirus_comms_ppehcw11x17.pdf
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COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Healthcare Personnel Acceptable Alternative PPE – Use Surgical MaskPreferred PPE – Use N95 or Higher Respirator N95 or higher respirator When respirators are not available, use the best available alternative, like a surgical mask. Facemask N95 or higher respirators are preferred but surgical mask are an acceptable alternative.
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Score: 1319194.8 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...avirus_comms_ppeillustrate.pdf
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Fifty respirators, protective equipment and hygiene kits, worth over $500,000, have been ordered. Thanks to personal donations from Nordeus employees and with the support of the company's founders, UNICEF is procuring 15 respirators. Moreover, with the financial support of Phi Academy, Vojvodjanska Bank, regular donors and Ana Ivanovic, UNICEF’s National Ambassador, an additional 35 respirators are being purchased. The first part of the delivery of personal protective equipment, including masks, protective suits, visor goggles and gloves, for healthcare professionals is expected this week, as is the first contingent of 1,700 hygiene kits for the most vulnerable families with children. Fifty respirators, protective equipment and hygiene kits, worth over $500,000, have been ordered.
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Score: 1298953.5 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...quipment-fight-covid-19-serbia
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Respirators or medical masks should be worn throughout their shifts, apart from when eating, drinking or needing to change the respirator or medical mask for specific reasons. (...) Medical masks and respirator masks are similar in their filtration value. However, respirators also have a tight fit around the wearer face as the model and size of the respirator is specific to the wearer to ensure an adequate seal.
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Score: 1298857.4 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...navirus-disease-covid-19-masks
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REQUEST FOR A NEW UN NUMBER FOR COBALT DIHYDROXIDE POWDER
Particle size testing confirmed that the very fine refined material fell into the respirable range of < 10 µm, but that the coarser crude materials did not. 6. (...) (f) The definitions of “respirable and toxic by inhalation” should be reviewed for more precise definition for solids/powders which could be included in Chapter 1.2. (...) Add a new special provision to qualify that material with < 10% respirable particles as follows: “SPXXX Solids with less than < 10% respirable particles do not classify as Class 6.1, and will continue to be transported as UN3077 Class 9, PGIII ENVIRONMMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, SOLID, N.O.S.
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Score: 1282954.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...AC.10/C.3/2020/21/REV.1&Lang=E
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Respirators   Respirators are masks used to reduce exposure to hazardous airborne particles, including dust particles and infectious agents, as well as gases and vapors. In the context of COVID-19, respirators are reserved for use by health workers performing aerosol-generating procedures or providing direct care to COVID-19 patients. (...) Respirators procured by UNICEF meet the above standards.  
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Score: 1276808.5 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...-week-during-covid-19-pandemic
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