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These masks act as an extra form of protection and will remind you to stop touching your face, however they will not protect you against COVID-19. They will reduce risk and exposure to infectious diseases or viruses. In order to further reduce risk of infection, you will need to practice social distancing and follow strict hygiene protocols.
These masks should be worn for short periods of time (going to the grocery store, pharmacy or bank).
Immediately after use, wash mask with warm soapy water and dry in the sun. If worn for too long, mask can become unhygienic, as breathing, coughing and sneezing can moisten the fabric.
Medical-grade masks should be worn if you are exposed to people who have the virus or other contagious diseases, or if you are infected with the virus.