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CEAT launches GoSafe S95 washable / reusable Face Masks at INR 249

Nizam Shaikh
Written by Nizam Shaikh

Mumbai-headquartered CEAT, a tyres & tubes manufacturing company has announced that the brand has entered the Personal Protective Equipment space through the launch of GoSafe S95 face masks designed to be used by biker’s housewives, children and elderly in times of the pandemic. 

In India, 269,789 people are fighting actively with COVID-19 with 476,377 cured or discharged and 21,129 succumbed to the disease. But as life must move on and as people go out of the relative safety of their homes, to earn their living and to buy essential goods, the threat of getting infected still looms and the use of personal protective equipment such as face masks has become imperative and of use in day to day life. 

The CEAT’s GoSafe S95 mask comes with 6 layers of filter protection with the innermost layer made from soft anti-bacterial fabric. The next three layers provide protection against microbes which consists of small particle filters for added protection. The outmost layer is made from mesh that filters particles and contaminants. The mask comes with a nose clip and splash resistance for added safety and comfort. The GoSafe mask comes with a multi-utility cloth bag that can be used to store the mask or other personal devices. 

The new CEAT GoSafe is priced at INR 249, can be washed and reused to up to 30 times and is available from exclusive CEAT Shoppes as well as leading e-commerce websites such as Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra, Seniority and many more.

Apart from wearing a face mask, it is also important to thoroughly clean your hands with soap and water, use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser, take special care and thoroughly disinfect hands before using contact lenses, keep your home sanitised by cleaning frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs, refrigerator doors, kitchen tops, table surfaces, light & fan switches, faucets computer keyboards, remote controls, mobile phones, and avoid going out in public unless it is absolutely necessary. 

*COVID-19 statistical data as on 09 July 2020, 08:00 IST (GMT+5:30) as per MoHFW.