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Why does the price of masks in short supply rise in the United States refuse the kn95 masks in China?

via:驱动之家     time:2020/4/5 22:30:46     readed:492

America's gaping mask, however, must reject china's KN95 mask.

According to media reports,The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) refused to allow Chinese kn95 masks into the United States.

KN95 is a substitute for N95 masks, and China can produce large quantities. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says KN95 masks are as effective as N95 are

But under U.S. regulations, masks and most medical devices can not be sold in the U.S. market without FDA approval.the u.s. only urgently approved the eu and 5 countries (australia, brazil, japan, south korea, mexico) certified non N95 masks, but KN95 masks were not granted emergency authorization.

In fact, it's all about interests.Trump doesn't want to import too many masks, but wants the United States to make its own masks and give American workers jobs. Trump called on companies such as GM to produce artificial ventilators, and Trump attacked GM earlie

He also tweeted that GM had reduced the number of artificial ventilators it had promised to provide from 40,000 to 6,000, hoping to get

But the funny thing is that American car companies don't want to produce masks, perhaps because American workers do n' t want to produce masks. So, in an e-mail to employees, the chief executive of another big u.s. car company, fiat klesler, says it is using a chinese car factory to produce 1 million masks a month, all of which are donated to the u.s.

In fact, the United States is very gap covered.Previously, N95 masks cost about $1 per piece in American stores, with wholesale prices as low as 35 cents.But now this kind of price can't buy N95 masks at all. In fact, the price of each N95 mask is 12 dollars or more.


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