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When someone has COVID-19, they can spread the disease to others if their respiratory droplets are inhaled by or come in direct contact with the face of another person. A mask can act as a simple barrier for those respiratory droplets.
Learn more about the recommendations about who should and should not wear a mask.
There are many instances in which it is strongly recommended you wear a mask, but there are some in which wearing a mask is not necessary or appropriate.
There are many mask options to choose from. Many are now available at local businesses and chain stores, both in-store and online. You can also sew your own, or create your own using non-sewing techniques.
Wearing your mask properly can help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here are a few tips on how to put on, wear and remove a mask.
As a parent or caregiver, you likely have questions about masking for children. We hope this page, featuring information from the American Academy of Pediatrics, Prevea Pediatrics and Prevea Therapy for Pediatrics, is helpful to you.
If you wear a cloth mask, the CDC recommends that you wash it after each use. Depending on how you intend to wash or dry your cloth mask, follow these steps to ensure it is as clean as possible.
Wearing a mask is critical in helping to curb the spread of COVID-19, but it can also irritate our skin. Here are a few tips to prevent and care for any skin irritation you may be experiencing.
It may seem like a small matter, but one of the most common annoyances with wearing masks is how it can fog up glasses. The following tips may help prevent your face mask from fogging up your eyewear.
What is fact and what is myth when it comes to mask-wearing? We take on 4 of the most common myths to help you better understand the importance of wearing a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is a lot of information circulating about (COVID-19), and it’s important for you to have access to accurate information and as well as resources for your overall health and wellness.