The coronavirus has officially been labeled a pandemic by the World Health Organization. This virus spreads a lot like the flu but doctors have reported it to be ten times worse than the flu. In order to protect yourself and your family, you may want to consider wearing respirator masks when you are going to be in a crowded area.
We know that you cannot look at someone and tell if they are infected with the virus. The majority of all people who are infected will recover but people with underlying health issues like COPD, heart disease, asthma, and diabetes may not be able to recover.
Face masks can help stop the coronavirus from entering your mouth or nose. There are a few things you need to know about how to wear the mask.
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Wash your hands first
Before you put the mask on your face you need to wash your hands with either a hand sanitizer or soap and water. You should wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. This is about the length of time it would take you to sing the happy birthday song twice.
Wearing the mask
Wearing the mask is a precautionary action, and everyone does not have to wear a mask. You should wear a mask if you care for someone who has a weakened immune system from an underlying health issue. You should wear the mask if you are sick. You should wear the mask if you are around anyone that is sick.
When you wear the mask you need to make sure that the mask makes perfect contact and there are no gaps.
Resist touching the mask and then touching your face because that will cause transfer of germs.
When you remove the mask immediately wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.