Senior training meet 645pm, then every Tuesday and Thursday 645pm meet Mayfield Park.

the export of N95 protective masks
goodwood (IP Logged)
22 April, 2020 02:40
Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau said on Saturday that after the Trump administration announced that it would ban the export of N95 protective masks [www.maskwholesales.com], Canada would not take revenge or punitive measures against the United States.

Trudeau said he will talk to President Trump in the next few days. He said his officials are engaged in constructive dialogue with US officials. Trump announced on Friday night that he will ban the export of N95 protective masks to ensure that these masks are available in the United States

Cameron said he will tell Trump that if the supply chain is cut, the link between the two countries will hurt the two countries.

Trudeau said: "We will not consider retaliatory measures or punitive measures."

"We know that cooperation is in the interest of our two countries."

The Prime Minister pointed out that Canada shipped gloves and test tools to the United States. The raw materials for N95 masks come from Canada. Canadian nurses also work from the Windsor Bridge to the Detroit Medical System every day.

He pointed out that Canadian medical personnel rely on masks.

Manufacturing giant 3M said that the cessation of N95 masks has a major humanitarian impact on healthcare workers in Canada and Latin America. 3M is an important supplier of respirators in these two regions [www.maskwholesales.com].

Ontario Governor Doug Ford said he was very disappointed with Trump's decision, and he couldn't stress it enough. Alberta Governor Jason Kenney did not hide his anger at Trump's decision.

"It reminds me of what happened in Canada in 1939 and 1940 as part of the global fight against fascism. The United States was absent for the first two to three years, and even actually refused to provide supplies to Canada and the United Kingdom at the time, the main struggle at the time," Ken Ni said.

More than 12,924 cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed in Canada, including 214 deaths. 22 of these deaths were related to a nursing home in Ontario. Canada has conducted more than 309,000 tests.

So far, coronavirus has attracted the attention of the technology industry. Many large companies have seen the impact of viruses on production and supply chains. People living in disease-affected areas are advised to take various preventive measures, such as wearing appropriate hygiene habits and wearing protective equipment such as masks Wholesale N95 Mask.

Although wearing a mask does not guarantee complete protection from viral infections, it does reduce contact with bacteria. But one of the problems with wearing masks today is that it makes it troublesome to unlock the phone, especially if you have an iPhone using a sensor and a 3D face mapping ID. If you want to use your phone, you need to slide your mask or remove it, thus exposing you to real danger.

But a company came up with a clever solution to print your face on the N95 mask, so you can wear it to unlock the phone.

This is a bit misleading. Low-end Android phones often rely on 2D facial unlocking technology, which means they cannot measure the depth of your face. If you paste the printed face on your phone, it may unlock. However, Apple uses 3D face unlock technology to draw the depth of your face by blasting more than 30,000 independent points.

So, can FaceIDMask solve your problem? Probably not. Now it looks novel because the company is still in the planning stage. This process is completed by users uploading their facial photos, which the company tracks and prints on their masks. Can it turn on your iPhone? Probably not. Can it run on low-end Android and FaceID counterfeit products? Probably. In fact, it is unclear whether this company will launch real products to consumers, but it reminds us well that in any case, there will always be a variety of businesses to meet consumers demand. "


Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.
We record all IP addresses on the Sportnetwork message boards which may be required by the authorities in case of defamatory or abusive comment. We seek to monitor the Message Boards at regular intervals. We do not associate Sportnetwork with any of the comments and do not take responsibility for any statements or opinions expressed on the Message Boards. If you have any cause for concern over any material posted here please let us know as soon as possible by e-mailing abuse@sportnetwork.net