Face masks that may be harmful to the lungs were shipped to Canadian daycares and schools by a Chinese corporation headquartered in Wuhan, China — the global origin point for the CCP (COVID-19) virus.

The masks are imported by a Canadian company from China, National File reported.

“Radio-Canada has obtained documents showing Health Canada warned of the potential for ‘early pulmonary toxicity’ from the SNN200642 masks made by Métallifer, a Quebec-based manufacturer,” according to  CBC who describe the face masks as “potentially toxic.”

A quick look at Métallifer’s website shows that the business calls itself “Votre partenaire industriel entre le Canada et la Chine,” which means “Your industrial partner between Canada and China.” 

According to a research from National File, Métallifer appears to have partnered with a Chinese company called Sheng Quan Group to import the face masks to Canada.

Further analysis reveals that the masks are made by a Wuhan-based V&Q Manufacturing Corporation, which was then sold to Sheng Quan Group. In official documents for the masks, V&Q Manufacturing Corporation’s address is identified as “#B1614 optical valley time square, Wuhan, Hubei, CHINA.”

“Very Qualify Supplier, Very Quality Products, Very Quickly Service,” says V&Q Manufacturing Corporation on its website. Their factory address is “#4 Fuyuan Road, Pengchang town, Xiantao city, Hubei province, China,” and their business office is “#1-403 SBI Street Guanshandadao Hongshan district Wuhan City 430074.”

V&Q says on its About page—

“V&Q Manufacturing Corporation is a professional manufacturer of Non Woven and Gauze product ,With a experienced working team and completive price we have sold our product to worldwide market.The meaning of V&Q is Very Qualify Supplier ;Very Quality Product and Very Quickly Service.With these in our mind ,every staff of V&Q will take our customer’s interests as priority.”

According to  CBC, a preliminary risk assessment conducted by Health Canada revealed a potential for early lung damage associated with inhalation of microscopic graphene particles.

“Graphene is a strong, very thin material that is used in fabrication, but it can be harmful to lungs when inhaled and can cause long-term health problems,” the analysis reads. 

Furthermore, according to CBC, “daycare educators have been suspicious of these grey and blue masks for a while because they felt like they were swallowing cat hair while wearing them.”

The environmental and possible health implications of wearing COVID-19 face masks have been widely covered by National File. Scientists have found that there are now more COVID-19 face masks in the ocean than jellyfish, with pristine, uninhabited areas of the world are now clogged with used masks.

Researchers have recently raised concerns after discovering that chemicals used in plastics, including those used in disposable face masks, could induce penile shrinkage, fertility problems, and a lack of masculine behavior in men and boys.