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It comes as 50 million face masks bought by the Government as part of a £252 million contract will not be used in the NHS due to safety concerns.

The masks, ordered from Ayanda Capital, have ear loops rather than head loops, and there are concerns over whether they are adequate.

The Government has confirmed in court papers that the masks, which are now in the Department of Health and Social Care’s (DHSC) logistic chain, will not be used in the NHS.

But Tim Horlick, CEO of Ayanda Capital, insists the masks are not unsafe or unusable, adding that none of his company’s products have ever been rejected by DHSC for any reason.

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