If you are among those who believe that face masks makes a difference for the Coronavirus, you might want to know that you can make them yourself.
The most ambitious one I found is from the New York Times. They have made a pdf that you can download and share with friends and family.
The easiest solution was the CDC (Center for Disease Control) Bandana-to-Face-Mask 45-second transformation. Dr Jerome Adams shows you how to do it in a short video.
Then there are other solutions, like cutting a T-shirt into one or more face coverings (no stitching required), as described in this article (also by CDC).
Do you wear a face mask during the pandemic?
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