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Hero Life Sciences to Manufacture 115 Million Face Masks in California to Combat PPE Product Shortage
Date:8/26/2020

Hero Life Sciences announced today that it will be setting up its production to a target goal of 115 million 3 ply surgical disposable face masks and N95 respirators in its manufacturing plant located in the City of Corona, California. The production is in direct response to the challenge that most Americans are facing in trying to find quality disposable face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic and to replace the questionable origin of manufacturing with Made in the USA.

The shortage of PPE products has been frustrating for both front line workers and consumers. Without a vaccine, disposable face masks are a required preventative measure and now mandatory in most public settings - nationwide. However, people continue to struggle to find American made, affordable, high quality disposable face masks.

“The ability to find quality 3 ply surgical disposable face masks and N95 Respirators which are affordable, and made right here in the United States, should not be a frustratingly impossible daily task,” said Viresh Varma, CEO of Hero Life Sciences.

He added, “The search for PPE products should not add to the stress created by this global pandemic. The 3 Ply Surgical Disposable face masks and N95 respirators are products each of us will need to wear every day, until there is a solution. Without a cure, only prevention is our best bet. Our company is meeting this challenge head on by increasing production in our City of Corona manufacturing facility to serve the 40 billion face masks market. We want people to know and trust that their masks are Made in America.”

Hero Life Sciences is an initiative of Asher Group, a Washington based multi site retail channel operator, AV Ventures, a California based designer of apparels and Bliss Solutions, a California based company that provides solutions around personal development.

The venture is focusing on manufacturing 3 ply disposable surgical face masks and N95 Respirators in boxes and bags of 1, 10, 30, 50, and 100. These masks will be suitable for men, women and children of all ages. Hero Life Sciences’ face masks will be available for purchase by consumers, organizations and health and frontline workers by the first week of September 2020, and the N95 respirators by November 2020.

Visit https://herolifesciences.com/ to learn more.

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