Helping to Protect One Mask at a Time
Due to the increased risk of COVID-19 exposure, Daddy's Vapor has donated a large quantity of KN95 masks to a local UCLA Medical Center. Doing this will not only provide support to the brave first responders who are risking their lives to help those in need, but it will also give those who are most at risk for infection a greater means of defense.
In a short time, the United States has quickly become the world leader in the number of Coronavirus cases, sitting at just over half a million. California has also seen a large rise in cases, with 24,000 confirmed in the state.
Although social distancing has been a crucial strategy to slowing the spread of this deadly virus, it may still be not enough. Across the world, many vape companies are doing their part to combat the spread of COVID-19. One of the most popular stories highlighting these actions comes from Lion Labs in New Zealand, who converted their factories to manufacture hand sanitizer. Click here to read more about it: https://daddysvapor.com/blogs/news/e-liquid-company-turns-vape-juice-into-hand-sanitizer-amid-covid-19-outbreak
Daddy’s Vapor is also working to do its part to help local, state, and nationwide communities combat the deadly virus. As a small business vape company, Daddy’s Vapor knows just how important community is, which is why we are committed to doing as much as we can to give the members of our vape family the necessary tools to stay safe in these trying times.
This is why we are offering up a small quantity of KN95 masks that we have left to our loyal customers who have supported and continue to support our small business.
We realize that many of our consumers who wish to have these masks, lack access or have had a difficult time finding one. We are providing them the opportunity to acquire a sought after KN95 mask to also help them to stay safe.
As we look to the future, we will also look to work with our wholesale partners to figure out additional ways we can also help the local vape shop owners, who are eager to open up their stores and resume business.
What this virus has taught us is that we only become stronger, if we work together.