Prepare Your Church or Business for Reopening With Discounted Face Masks
Many of our readers are church and business leaders. We understand what it’s like to close our doors as a business, and we’re definitely looking forward to reopening our office again after the quarantine. But reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic will require increased sanitation and physical distancing (we don’t like to use the words “social distancing”).
While online places like Amazon can charge more for basic supplies like face masks, The Christian Post has negotiated large custom orders for these products and are passing the savings onto you. When you place an order with us, your order placement is guaranteed and we try to beat the estimated ship dates.
We are with you as you reopen and just as we are taking necessary precautions, we hope you will too.
What is the difference between the KN95 mask and a cloth or homemade mask?
The KN95 mask is a five-ply respirator mask that has been FDA approved to block 95% of 0.3 micron particles. Cloth and homemade masks are not designed to block particles as small as a virus.
Can these be used by my local healthcare providers if we share with them?
These masks are not part of the US N95 mask supply that is being used by hospitals, but if health care workers, first responders, at-risk people and the elderly in your community need masks, you can donate these to assist them. In fact, we highly encourage you do that as a way to share God’s love! The masks have been FDA approved as equivalent to the N95 mask.
Can my order for this product be cancelled or returned?
There are no cancellations because we are having quantities manufactured based on pre-orders and no returns due to sanitization concerns.
When will my order arrive?
Orders are on a first-come-first-serve basis, but we expect most orders to ship early to mid-June.
Are these mask sales affecting hospitals and healthcare facilities who need them?
No, These masks are not part of the US N95 mask supply that is being used by hospitals.