Trip to Ireland Vlog | Surprise Snow Storm! Dublin Vlog Part 2
I came to Ireland with just my Mum and littlest brother, Mark Adam to visit my sick granny, travel vlog We have to go in small groups because she is not feeling well. We had a good time seeing her. I didn’t put granny in the video much because she did not want to be on camera. I am only showing you the fun parts of this trip, not the sad parts.
A freak storm came to Ireland they called the Beast from the East and brought a sudden snow, then it was followed up by storm Emma.
Check in on Friday for part 2 of this Vlog to see if and when I got home! Did I make it to my rehearsal?
See my 2016 trip to Dublin
Traveling to Ireland 2018
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How to Protect Yourself with P2, N95 and Surgical Masks | Doctor Explains Coronavirus
Whether you’re using them to protect yourself from bushfire fumes, viruses or simply a fashion statement, in today’s episode of Dr Nora I take you through the surgical, P2 and N95 mask. Discussing what each are used for, how to perform a fit check and how to safely dispose of used masks.
Surgical masks were originally designed to be used by surgeons helping to keep bugs from their mouth and nose from entering the sterile surgical field and thus reducing the chance of infection. As they are not tight fitting however, they do not provide protection against viruses. They are useful to use if you yourself, has flu like symptoms and do not wish to spread your illness to others.
Both the P2 and N95 mask block at least 95% of small particles. The difference between the two is where their testing requirements originated from, the N95 being tested in the USA and the P2 by European standards.
P2 respirators are considered to be sufficient for protection against viruses, however, in your local hardware store you may find some masks that offer additional protection to fumes, odours and pesticides. Always read the label to ensure adequate protection for your use.
HOW TO USE THE MASKS
It is very important that when using these masks they are fitted correctly. A fit check must be performed which ensures that there is no leakage of air around the mask on both inhalation and exhalation. To perform this, simply breath in and out with your hands around the mask to ensure there is no leakage. If you suspect there is an air leak readjust and tighten the mask.
DO’S AND DON’TS
Do cease using the mask if it becomes moist or soiled
Do a fit check prior to using mask
Do take off the mask once outside of the contaminated area
Do wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after use
Do not touch the outside of the mask
Do not hang the mask around the neck
Do not reuse masks*
*CAN YOU REUSE A MASK UPDATE - 31/03/2020
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted Columbus-based Battelle's request to sterilize N95 masks. Battelle claim their machines can sterilise a mask up to 20 times in a day. This is clearly a positive step in the right direction for the provision of scarce masks for healthcare workers in the frontline. Machines are being distributed across America over the coming weeks. Find the full FDA approval letter here:
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