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Reusable medical masks began to be sewn in Buryatia
The Buryat company from Ulan-Ude began sewing medical masks. According to the director of the enterprise, similar products were already manufactured in Soviet times.
According to the press service of the government of the republic, protective products are made of high quality cotton, the masks themselves can be washed, ironed and reused. According to Tsympilma Barasova, director of the Baikal Textile Factory, even in Soviet times she had to sew medical masks on her own. Then they were made from several layers of gauze with cotton wool. Now they will only be made of cotton, but in terms of density they will be the same.
In just two days of work, the seamstress made three thousand reusable masks. On the surface of the masks, added at the enterprise, you can apply any image or embroidery.