Doctors in the capital do not have to face the hassle of constantly wearing masks during long duty. The Delhi government has allowed him to use a battery-powered Moksha mask as a trial. When clean air enters from one side, polluted air comes out from the other side.
Mask manufacturers claim that even after wearing this mask for a long time, people do not experience suffocation (problem of suffocation) because it enters the clean air. The mask has an N-95 filter at both ends, so that the virus cannot enter it and the person is protected from infection with a serious disease like corona.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain on Wednesday asked doctors at major hospitals in the capital to distribute 250 masks and use them to give their opinion. If the team of doctors is satisfied with the features of the mask, it can be made available to all health professionals, doctors.
Moksha Mask maker Piyush Agarwal claims that people will be relieved of the problem of frequent masks and offers after wearing these masks. “Carbon dioxide cannot escape after wearing a normal mask, which is why people often lift it and try to get clean air,” he said.
However, even when wearing a Moksha mask, clean air comes from the other side, which is why it is not often removed from the mouth. He claims to be very effective in preventing pollution and infection of diseases like corona.