Simon Kolstoe, University of Portsmouth Should we wear face masks? We tell our children to cover their mouths when they cough, so when we cannot predict who may or may not have COVID-19, it makes sense to wear a face…
The U.S. public health system has been starved for decades and lnow acks the resources to confront the worst health crisis in a century.
Washington state has purchased 3.6 million cloth face masks to provide two masks to every person in Washington below 200% of the federal poverty level.
Rising number of COVID-19 cases across the state has made Phase 4, which is essentially no restrictions, impossible at this time, Gov. Inslee said.
Wear a mask, physically distance, wash your filthy hands . . .
How to keep my kids from touching them? What if it’s uncomfortable for them? I know I should be wash them every time they’re used but what if I don’t have time?
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Order mandates the use of face coverings in any indoor or outdoor public setting in the state.
You must wear a face covering in indoor public settings and outside if you cannot keep six feet (or two meters) away from other people at all times.
For face masks to work, we have wear them consistently. And “consistently” means that all of us — even if we feel healthy — need to wear them in public places.
As we reopen, there will be more opportunities for COVID-19 to spread, That is why it is even more important to do everything we can to prevent transmission.
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