The Netherlands bought face masks from China. A shipment of face masks of grade level “KN95” arrived on March 21. However, the Dutch Ministry of Health found that these face masks did not meet the quality standard, though they had a quality inspection certificate from China. The problem with the face masks was that they couldn’t cover the face correctly and also the membranes that were supposed to capture the virus particles did not work properly.
The Holland government decided not to use these face masks.
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Source: Radio France International, March 29, 2020