Trade department eases face mask sale restriction

Retailers are now allowed to sell face mask in packs of 10 for every buyer as supplies stabilize, the Department of Trade and Industry says

5/23/2020 10:24:00 AM

Retailers are now allowed to sell face mask in packs of 10 for every buyer as supplies stabilize, the Department of Trade and Industry says

Retailers are now allowed to sell face mask in packs of 10 for every buyer as supplies stabilize, the Department of Trade and Industry said Saturday.

[Translation: This means that supply normalizes, that supply is catching up to demand.]Lopez also assured the public of ample supply of alcohol, with more local manufacturers producing “critical health products.”The recent development comes amid the mandatory face mask use for people going outside their homes.

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