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Where to buy surgical masks online in New Zealand
Check out these online retailers that can deliver surgical masks straight to your door.
Surgical masks are disposable and suitable for single use. You can purchase them individually or in bulk packs from one of the retailers below.
Electronics retailer Dick Smith may not seem like an obvious choice for surgical masks, but you’ll find packs of 50 or 100 at its online store.
- Fast dispatch
- Other mask types available
Pharmacy Direct offers a best price guarantee and the chance to earn reward points.
- Free delivery on orders over $100
- 7-day return policy
- Secure and safe online payments
Pick up a pack of 10 medical masks at Chemist Warehouse, your one-stop shop for health and beauty needs at discounted prices.
- Free delivery on orders over $50
- Express shipping in 2-3 days
- 7-day return policy
Which of these retailers offer free delivery?
- eBay: Free international delivery for some products
- Pharmacy Direct: Free delivery on orders over $100
- Chemist Warehouse: Free delivery on orders over $50
- Office Max: Free delivery on orders over $50
- ProSafetyNZ: Free delivery on orders over $120
When should I wear a surgical mask?
The World Health Organization advises that wearing a mask should be a normal part of being around other people while COVID-19 exists in the community.
In New Zealand, the government advises if the public are required to wear masks while around other people or on public transport. You can check the latest advice by visiting the Ministry of Health website.
How do I wear a surgical mask?
According to the World Health Organization, before you touch the mask, make sure you’ve cleaned your hands with an alcohol-based sanitiser or soap and water.
Make sure your mouth and nose are covered by the mask and avoid touching the mask while it’s on to avoid contamination. If you do touch it, be sure to clean your hands afterwards.
When you need to take the mask off, be sure not to touch the front of the mask and remove it from the back and discard it as soon as possible.
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