A Sinopec subsidiary produces so-called melt-blown fabric used for N95 medical masks. This fascinating process was streamed for a full 48 hours. (Picture: Sinopec) A Sinopec subsidiary produces so-called melt-blown fabric used for N95 medical masks. This fascinating process was streamed for a full 48 hours. (Picture: Sinopec)
A Sinopec subsidiary produces so-called melt-blown fabric used for N95 medical masks. This fascinating process was streamed for a full 48 hours. (Picture: Sinopec)
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A Sinopec subsidiary produces so-called melt-blown fabric used for N95 medical masks. This fascinating process was streamed for a full 48 hours. (Picture: Sinopec) A Sinopec subsidiary produces so-called melt-blown fabric used for N95 medical masks. This fascinating process was streamed for a full 48 hours. (Picture: Sinopec)
A Sinopec subsidiary produces so-called melt-blown fabric used for N95 medical masks. This fascinating process was streamed for a full 48 hours. (Picture: Sinopec)
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