Dr Alvine Noumey chair of Miss humanity Cameroon competition, Founder/CEO of the non-profit charitable organisation ALZEC Foundation Cameroon and Migrant empowerment group.
Director of ALZEC vision C.I.C. UK
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), N95 masks are only recommended for health care workers protecting themselves from the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). However, many experts agree that wearing a mask in public could help prevent the spread of the disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends using a face mask if you are taking care of a person suspected of having coronavirus, and the CDC is recommending that people wear “do-it-yourself cloth covering” while they’re out and about.
But with a national shortage of N95 masks and other loose-fitting surgical masks, you may be considering making one for yourself or others. Good news: It’s possible to make masks at home even with limited crafting experience.
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In view of the COVID-19 pandemic which is spreading on a very large scale in the world, and also in our country, CAMEROON, in order to help the population, I thought of an essential measure for the protection of our fellow citizens ; Mandatory wearing of nasal-protective mask (😷), and I was able to reach an agreement with 3 stylists who will be able to produce protective masks at a frequency of 500 masks / day. And for this purpose, I would like, as a social woman, with your support, to be * free * at the disposal of your populations protective masks against the corona virus, Solid, washable, and stylish, pasteurised bleach after conception before being bagged. While hoping for an answer from you, be sure Mr / Ms, receive my sincere greetings and encouragement.