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first_imgIsrael is heading off shortages of disposable surgical masks during the coronavirus crisis by mass-producing washable versions sized to fit everyone from children to bearded men who shun shaving due to their religion.As part of stepped-up precautions against the virus, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government on Sunday made it compulsory for Israelis to cover their mouths and noses while in public.But the global crunch on medical kit has made single-use masks scarce or overpriced. After sending Mossad spies to hunt for supplies abroad and permitting Israelis to opt for scarfs or other makeshift masks, the government turned to local expertise. The result is a mask made of high-density cotton similar to bed sheet material, which can be disinfected with a 60 degree Celsius laundry cycle and reused, potentially for weeks.Around 10 workshops – including in jails – on around-the-clock shifts have made the first million masks for the emergency services and high-risk groups, said Amit Ben-Kish, a manager of the project sponsored by the health and defense ministries.While the state covered that initial cost, the plan is to produce further masks for sale in shops at around $2 each.”Each mask can be used tens of times. By buying five masks for less than $10, you are set for a few months,” Ben-Kish said at a factory in Kibbutz Tzuba, between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Topics :center_img Behind him, a dozen teens on a volunteer year-off between high school and compulsory military service perched behind sewing machines that were set apart in deference to social distancing. They rattled off masks that were then stacked for sterilization and packing with multilingual instruction labels.The masks’ protection is comparable to paper surgical masks: more than improvised cloth, less than N95 filtered respirators.”Another advantage of woven fabric masks is that they can be made in variable sizes. We already made masks for kids, youths and adults. One particular size – extra large – fits people with beards,” Ben-Kish said.Many of Israel’s Jews and Muslims, and some Christian clergymen, wear beards as a mark of faith, and the mask order raised questions as to how facial hair would be accommodated.Except for a blue police design, the masks come in white, said designer Rinat Peleg Hermoni.Some types of pigmentation can present a respiratory risk, she explained: “And besides, white shows dirt clearly. It’s a good reminder of when a wash might be past due.” last_img read more


first_imgNigeria international Ahmed Musa scored in his Russian Premier League side CSKA Moscow 3-1 win at Ural wednesday to remain top of the league with 59 points from 28 games and move closer to reclaiming the title.CSKA are now four points clear of their closest rivals and defending champions Zenit St.Petersburg with two rounds of matches still to be played.A win at home against Krasnoder on Monday will confirm the Russian army club champions again.Ahmed Musa scored in the 70th minute to seal the victory and take the game beyond the hosts Ural, who paraded Nigeria forward Sylvester Igboun. The Jos-born star has now scored 12 goals in 28 matches.Meanwhile, Manager of English Premier League champions Leicester City, Claudio Ranieri, is believed to be pushing for Musa to switch over to his team in the summer.The Daily Mail in London reported yesterday that Leicester is ready to meet the asking price of CSKA on Musa while also looking in the direction of Algerian international and Sporting Lisbon striker, Islam Slimani.Both players are on top priority for Raniery who is going to campaign in the UEFA Champions League next term.Apart from Musa, the Italian manager is reported to have confirmed his interest in Pescara striker Gianluca Lapadula with talks said to be continuing with CSKA Moscow regarding Musa.On the other hand, Lisbon’s Slimani, who is valued at £25m, has netted 27 goals this season – sparking interest from Ranieri.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more


first_imgRay Wilkins never believed Nemanja Matic would be a star for Chelsea but is happy to admit he was wrong as the Serbian continues to impress in his second coming at Stamford Bridge.Wilkins worked with the midfielder during his time on the club’s coaching staff and was instrumental in the decision to let him leave for Benfica in 2011.Matic has since gone on to forge a reputation as one of the best holding midfielders in the game and was brought back to London by Jose Mourinho in the summer for a fee of more than £20million.He has been an ever-present for the Blues since his return and headed Chelsea to a 1-0 Champions League group-stage win at Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday night.Reflecting on his remarkable progress on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, Wilkins said: “When he left a few years ago, I was instrumental in that. He was half the size, wasn’t influential in a game for the reserves and looked as if he was drifting.“Then he left to go to Benfica and, full credit to him, he showed what he was all about. He has come back twice the size, he is huge, and he is performing outstandingly well.”last_img read more