Mask makers unfazed

Iconic Worldwide Bhd group executive director James Tan noted that although wearing face masks outdoors was now optional, it was still encouraged, especially for high-risk individuals and those unvaccinated.

PETALING JAYA: Mask manufacturers are continuing to invest in the business even with the product slowly being formally phased out of daily lives, as the “mask culture” is here to stay, they say.

While acknowledging that there may be a “minor” impact on demand, they say generally, demand will remain steady in the long run.

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