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Where to buy N95 masks in Australia 2024

An N95 mask is one of the best ways to protect yourself and others against COVID-19 - here's where to find them fast.

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N95 masks are performance-tested, respiratory masks used to filter out around 95% of airborne particulates. They are more effective than cloth masks at protecting yourself and others from COVID-19. KN95 face masks are a Chinese equivalent of N95 masks and are more readily available in Australia.

Knowing the difference between P2, N95 and KN95 face masks can be confusing, however they are relatively similar in terms of protection.

While an N95 mask will not make you immune to the virus, it can stop particles that are released when someone coughs or sneezes from reaching your nose or mouth. They also lessen the chances of you infecting others in the event that you have contracted the virus without realising it.

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Buy N95 and KN95 face masks online in Australia

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Clinical Supplies

Clinical Supplies

Clinical Supplies is an Australian seller offering nationwide delivery from its distribution warehouse in Canberra. Deliveries are fully trackable via Pack and Send partners.

  • Use code: HEALTH20 at checkout for 20% off KN95 mask
  • Same day order processing
  • Nation-wide shipping, from Sydney
  • TGA-, FDA- and CE-approved KN95 masks
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Quality Medical Supplies

Quality Medical Supplies

Australian-owned business Quality Medical Supplies has a range of lab-tested KN95 masks in stock in various quantities.

  • 40% off everything for a limited time
  • Bulk mask packs available
  • 100% Australian-owned and operated
  • CE- and FDA-certified
Go to Quality Medical Supplies
Aussie Pharma Direct

Aussie Pharma Direct

Offers quality 100% Australian-made and owned healthcare products that meet Australian compliance standards. They supply the AMD P2 mask which is the official mask of the Australian Olympic athletes who competed in Tokyo & the first Australian-made P2 face mask as seen and heard in interviews across Channel 9 News, Channel 7 News, 2GB and 3AW.

  • Cutting edge nanofiber filter which filters 99.66% of airborne particulates
  • P2 masks that have a nanofiber filter last longer than P2 masks
  • Four protective layers to help protect you against airborne viruses
  • Certified P2 Aus/NZ standard AS/NZS 1716:2012 (N95 standard)
  • TGA registered (ARTG #335981)
  • Free Shipping for orders over $50
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While some supplies have now sold out, Kogan still has some bulk packs of KN95 masks in stock. Just be sure to compare prices as some listings are above average pricing.

  • Fast dispatch available on most products
  • Zip and Afterpay available
  • Kogan First members can get free shipping
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eBay's marketplace means that stock levels and pricing are fluid. If you can't see bulk packs of KN95 masks in stock, check back in a few days to see if more have been added to the site.

  • Wide selection available
  • Free delivery on some items with eBay Plus membership
  • Sort sellers by estimated delivery date
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Amazon products come from third-party sellers, meaning there's a higher chance of bulk packs of KN95 masks coming into stock.

  • Free delivery on some items with Amazon Prime membership
  • Wide range available
  • See customer ratings before purchasing
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Which retailers offer free delivery?

  • Aussie Pharma Direct: Free shipping on orders over $89
  • Kogan: Free shipping for Kogan First members and on marked items
  • eBay: Free shipping from millions of sellers
  • Amazon: Free delivery on eligible orders with a Prime membership

Face mask rules in Australia

Click here for a complete rundown of rules regarding wearing face masks throughout Australia. In summary, face masks are strongly recommended in high-risk settings such as hospitals and crowded indoor venues.

As of 9 September 2022, it is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask on domestic flights. This is in line with earlier changes making it optional to wear a mask in airports. Face masks are strongly recommended on public transport, including taxi and rideshare services.

Frequently asked questions about N95, KN95 and P2 face masks

Masks are most effective when used in combination with frequent hand washing or use of an alcohol-based hand sanitiser. You can find out more information on when and how to use masks here on the World Health Organization's site.

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Chris Jager

Chris Jager is the lead shopping editor at Finder, specialising in consumer technology and hunting down the best deals. With over 15 years of experience as a full-time journalist, Chris has provided expertise to many leading technology publications, including PC World, Australian Gamepro, Good Gear Guide, ARN, IT News, PC Authority, CRN, GameSpy, Gizmodo, Business Insider, MSN, Kotaku, Lifehacker Australia, Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Before joining Finder, Chris was the editor of Lifehacker Australia for five years. He has a Bachelor of Communications in Journalism from the University of Western Sydney. Outside of Finder, you'll find him playing with retro 80s computers while juggling 3 TikTok-obsessed daughters. See full profile

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