Schools across the country invest in ZShields for the 2020-21 school year
COLUMBIA, S.C. (July 1, 2020) – As school systems nationwide work to formalize attendance plans for the new year, schools across the country are adopting ZShield face shields as part of the dress code to deter the spread of COVID-19.
Three educational institutions in South Carolina, Hammond School, Northside Christian Academy and Columbia Arts Academy, are among the schools incorporating ZShields into their reopening strategies.
All three schools cite the importance of finding a comfortable, wearable solution for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that provides an effective barrier while also fostering face-to-face connections between teachers and students. The ZShield’s transparent, plastic visors allow for clear verbal and nonverbal communication. They also help prevent the direct transfer of respiratory droplets from the shield wearer’s mouth or nose onto persons, food or other surfaces.Read More