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Makeup artist from Austria found a way to "hide" the presence of a protective mask on her face. An instructional clip appeared on her Instagram account.

In the posted frames, the girl puts foundation on a blue mask so that she becomes the same color as her skin. Then the blogger uses powder and concealer, and in the end she paints her lips with pink lipstick of the Anastasia Beverly Hills brand. She added the hashtags #corona #coronamakeup to the published video.

Earlier on March 18, users criticized the makeup artist, who came up with a medical mask for mocking the sick. Fatima Aldewan shared a six-minute video showing how to put on a mask and make a suitable make-up for her. Subscribers denounced her and expressed their displeasure in the comments.

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Even chocolate Easter bunnies get face masks, as the coronavirus pandemic affects traditions around the world.

In Vietnam, many chief cooks started to make hamburgers in the form of the virus that plagued the Planet and sell them for 65,000 VND / piece, about 2.5 euros.

Chocolate maker Artisan Katerina Tihakova from Thessaloniki, Greece, supplies Easter customers with chocolate masks with protective masks.

The owner of a bakery in Dortmund prepares biscuits inspired by the breathing mask emoticon.

In a shopping center in Minsk, Belarus, in a district of sweets, sells macarons printed with the forbidden sign over the word COVID-19, called "A pill from coronavirus".

In Germany, Easter and chocolate lambs can be ordered with protective masks.

At the Bohnenblust bakery in the Swiss capital Bern, chocolate rabbits with white sugar masks turned out to be a hit among shoppers, head Ruth Huber said. Only a few customers complained about innovative clothes for bunches, which are sold for 8.50 Swiss francs.

The confectioners were also inspired by the heroic acts that the medical staff do daily.

This creative baker chose an Easter design that showed someone wearing a mask, with eight cupcakes designed to look like the Covid-19 virus

Canadian author Margaret Atwood shared this image of eggs coloured with different protective masks and anxious expressions on their faces as people reflect the pandemic in traditional Easter treats

Among the critical comments one could find, in particular, the following: “Affected by the coronavirus deserve respect and sympathy” and “The coronavirus caused incredible suffering around the world. And here the Easter bunny is named after him.” But there were also positive reviews. Some people liked the idea. "Especially in such difficult times, it's nice to see that businessmen have a sense of humor," one user wrote. Another user writes: “Awesome hares! Hamsters would be even better!”

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An innocent joke or disrespect for the victims of coronavirus? The chocolate bunny in the medical mask provoked mixed reactions in Germany.

The chocolate Easter bunny, which appeared in the markets of Germany, with an edible protective mask on its face and a white chocolate nurse’s robe provoked heated discussions on the Internet. Some consider this chocolate figurine a good joke, while others think it is tasteless and vulgar.

At the WAWI-Schoko-Welt in Rhineland-Palatinate, the news of how their Easter chocolate was perceived was shocking and surprising. “We just wanted to make people smile,” a company spokesman told the German news agency. “No one thought to downplay the scale of the coronavirus crisis.”

WAWI CEO, Richard Müller apologized to all those who felt offended and hoped that "we will not lose our sense of humor even in these difficult times." The company announced that it will donate the chocolate bunnies from sale to charity. The manufacturer of chocolate products from  WAWI-Schoko-Welt produces about ten million chocolate Easter hares per year.

Among the critical comments about the chocolate bunnies, one in particular, sounds as following: “Affected by the coronavirus deserve respect and sympathy” and “The coronavirus caused incredible suffering around the world. And here the Easter bunny is named after him.” But there were also positive reviews. Some people liked the idea. "Especially in such difficult times, it's nice to see that businessmen have a sense of humor," one user wrote. Another user writes: “Awesome bunnies! Hamsters would be even better!”

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You can’t find a protective mask in pharmacies or it’s price is hitting you?  If you want to protect yourself, a mask to cover the mouth and nose can be made at home.  However, a textile mask is not as effective as a surgical one, but it is very useful during this period.  If you do not know how to sew, with a scissors, a piece of material and two hair bands you can make a protective mask.

 The American Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) has reverted to previous recommendations made in the context of the pandemic and currently believes that wearing simple masks in textiles could slow the spread of coronavirus.

Instructions for making your home a protective mask

 The material used should be cut in such a way that it is wide and long enough to cover your nose and mouth 

 The material should be bent at length.

 At each end tie a hair elastic.

 Bring the ends tied inwards.

 Arrange the mask near the mouth and nose and fasten the elastics behind the ears.

It is important to know:

•Simple surgical masks have a much higher protection than textiles.

• Even if we wear a mask, we must keep at least 3 steps away from the others.

 •We disinfect / wash our hands before and after putting on our masks and do not touch them when wearing them.

 •After each use, the textile masks must be washed: a washing machine is sufficient.

 •Such textile masks are especially useful in places where physical distance is difficult to maintain: queues, small shops or pharmacies, crowded means of transport, etc.

• This recommendation can be used as an additional public health measure.

• The CDC emphasizes that textile masks should not be worn by children under 2 years of age or by persons with respiratory problems.

• The materials from which the textile masks are made do not sufficiently protect the hospital environment. 

•The World Health Organization strongly recommends wearing surgical masks or special protective masks in the hospital environment.

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The global Gowns Medical protective clothing market size was USD 6.57 Billion in 2022 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 9.3% over the forecast period, according to the latest report by Reports and Data.

The COVID-19 pendamic has significantly raised demand for Gowns Medical protective clothing, notably in the healthcare business. Healthcare personnel must wear PPE, which includes Gowns Medical protective clothing, to avoid the transmission of infectious illnesses. As a consequence, there is a huge increase in demand for Gowns Medical protective garments, which is driving the market's revenue growth.

Also, the healthcare sector has a higher demand for Gowns Medical protective clothing since infectious illnesses like Ebola, Zika, and the Ebola Virus Disease are on the rise (EVD). Another reason driving up demand for PPE is the increasing number of surgeries performed globally. Gowns Medical professionals and surgeons must wear protective clothing during surgical procedures to protect both themselves and their patients from infections.

Government initiatives to modernize the healthcare system and promote the use of PPE in hospitals and clinics are also contributing to the rise of the market's revenue. The World Health Organization (WHO) has suggested deploying PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic to protect healthcare workers and halt the virus from spreading. International legislation that require the use of PPE in healthcare settings have increased the need for Gowns Medical protective apparel.

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The use of non-woven textiles, such as polypropylene and polyethylene, has become increasingly common in the production of Gowns Medical protective apparel. These materials are lightweight, breathable, and tough, providing comfort and safety to healthcare personnel while offering improved protection against infectious diseases.

The growing understanding of the significance of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the healthcare industry has also contributed to the increased usage of Gowns Medical protective clothing. With the rising prevalence of infectious diseases, there is a greater need to safeguard both patients and healthcare personnel from these illnesses. As a result, Gowns Medical protective clothing is being used more frequently to minimize the risk of transmission and provide a barrier against harmful pathogens.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has prompted governments worldwide to implement various measures aimed at enhancing the healthcare system and promoting the utilization of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in hospitals and clinics. These concerted efforts have not only played a crucial role in improving the overall healthcare infrastructure but have also contributed significantly to the growth of market revenue in this sector. Recognizing the critical importance of safeguarding healthcare workers and curbing the transmission of the virus, the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued explicit recommendations regarding the utilization of PPE. This has led to a heightened demand for Gowns Medical protective clothing, driven by both international regulations mandating the use of PPE in healthcare settings and the WHO's guidance. As a result, manufacturers and suppliers of PPE have experienced a surge in demand, further propelling market growth. The combination of government initiatives to enhance healthcare capabilities and the emphasis on PPE utilization as a preventive measure has not only aided in managing the pandemic's impact but has also underscored the significance of preparedness and safety measures within the healthcare sector. This alignment between regulatory directives, global health guidelines, and market dynamics has culminated in a scenario where upgrading healthcare systems and advocating for PPE use are intertwined, fostering a comprehensive approach to tackling the challenges posed by the pandemic.

Some Key Highlights from the Report

During the forecast period, the coveralls segment is projected to hold the largest revenue share, primarily due to its extensive utilization in hospitals, laboratories, and the pharmaceutical industry. The increased awareness of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) among healthcare professionals and its efficacy in protecting against pollutants and infectious diseases has resulted in a rise in demand for coveralls. This has made them a popular choice in the healthcare industry.

The hospitals segment is anticipated to hold the largest revenue share during the forecast period. This is primarily due to the high patient footfall and the need for healthcare personnel to safeguard themselves from contagious infections while providing care. The use of protective garments like gowns, gloves, masks, and face shields reduces the risk of cross-infection between patients and Gowns Medical staff. Furthermore, hospitals are willing to spend more on expensive, durable, and comfortable protective clothing. This inclination is projected to contribute to the growth of revenue in this segment.

Over the projected period, it is anticipated that the market in Asia Pacific would account for the largest revenue share. This has contributed to the growth of hospitals and healthcare facilities in nations including South Korea, China, India, and Japan. Another element driving the demand for Gowns Medical protective clothing is the rising concern over infectious illnesses like COVID-19, which has boosted the need for Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) in the healthcare industry. Furthermore, it is anticipated that in the next years, the region's aging population would result in a rise in demand for Gowns Medical protective apparel.

The global market is further segmented into type and application:

Product Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2022 - 2032)




Face Shields


End-use Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2022 - 2032)



Diagnostic Laboratories


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Regional Markets Highlighted in the Global Gowns Medical Protective Clothing Market Report:


North America










Rest of Europe

Asia Pacific




South Korea

Rest of Asia Pacific

Latin America


Rest of Latin America

Middle East & Africa

Saudi Arabia


South Africa

Rest of Middle East & Africa

Top Companies Profiled in the Report:

DuPont de Nemours, Inc.

3M Company

Honeywell International Inc.

Ansell Limited

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Lakeland Industries, Inc.

Alpha Pro Tech, Ltd.

Sioen Industries NV

International Enviroguard

Delta Plus Group

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Overall, the combination of advancements in technology and materials, along with a heightened awareness of the importance of PPE, has fueled market revenue growth in the production and adoption of Gowns Medical protective garments. These garments play a vital role in ensuring the safety and well-being of healthcare professionals and patients alike.

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