All About Our Reusable Face Masks.
Cloth Face Masks have been a fairly new item for LA Linen and our response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In February of 2020, when we heard about a new virus threatening the United States, we started shopping for PPE [Personal Protection Equipment] for our staff.
**Update Sep 23 2020 Due to recent issues with US Post, packages are delayed in delivery. Please check with your local station for any delay in the destination.
Current transit time of US Post packages is up to 25 days.Continue reading
Going back to school will look and feel very different this year. Some communities will not be going anywhere, at-home learning will be the necessary method for educating our children. But for those of us that will be sending kids back to schools, we'll need to send them with additional school gear. Masks will be necessary.Continue reading
There is so much conflicting information out there. We get it and understand completely that it's hard to know what to choose. We also get asked often about our choice to use fabric that is a polyester/cotton blend in our masks.
We were recently asked why we don't use 100% cotton for our masks.Continue reading
Oregon has been seeing jumps in COVID-19 cases and now has extended the face coverings requirement statewide.
"Oregonians statewide will be required to wear face coverings in indoor public spaces, beginning this Wednesday, July 1. The guidance applies to businesses and members of the public visiting indoor public spaces. Face covering requirements are already mandated in eight counties."Continue reading
Today, Kansas was added to the growing list of states that are now requiring face masks to be worn in public spaces. The Executive Order will go into effect on July 3, 2020.
“This is a simple, proactive step we can take to keep Kansans at work, get our kids back to school, and keep ourselves and our neighbors healthy,” Governor Kelly said. “Wearing a mask is not only safe – but it is necessary to avoid another shut down.Continue reading
A recent All Things Considered episode dove into the details.
Aired June 17, 2020
Wearing a face mask is no fun for many people. However, the latest research shows that, especially as states open up, masks are an important tool in helping to control the spread of the virus.Continue reading
Gov. Jay Inslee and Secretary of Health John Wiesman today announced a statewide mandatory face covering order that will take effect Friday, June 26.Continue reading
We are thrilled to have been featured along with three other fantastic organizations in a recent Entrepreneur.com article by Jennifer Spencer.
"Humanitarian actions often sprout from unexpected places in the most unexpected ways. Of late, that includes companies temporarily pivoting in an effort to assist the masses out of goodwill and augment the efforts of first responders and essential workers who are keeping their respective communities running.
Here’s a look at four select companies among many that have gone out of their way to do their part.Continue reading