Jeremy Howard, a University of San Francisco researcher and the co-founder of Masks 4 All , explains how to create your own, with no sewing required. The bottom line should go just beneath the armpits of the shirt. Make sure the part that goes on your face is large enough to cover your nose and mouth. Place a safety pin along the bottom and insert a piece of paper towel or coffee filter in between the two layers of the T-shirt.
How to make a non-medical coronavirus face mask – no sewing required
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Instead of wearing N95 masks needed by medical professionals, make your own face mask with materials found at home. Here is a tutorial on how to make a face mask without cutting or sewing. Full Story. Local News.
Now that the CDC is recommending we all wear cloth face masks in public, you may be wondering how exactly you can use what you have on hand to get out on public and keep others safe. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, people are uploading helpful videos on YouTube to show everyone how to make their own masks at home. Whether you're showing COVID symptoms or not, you could be infected with the virus and be spreading it to others without knowing. That's where the masks come in. Covering your face can help slow the spread of the virus by protecting people around you from breathing in your germs.
A security guard at a Target in Los Angeles was attacked by two men who refused to wear face masks inside the store, police said. The fight broke out on May 1 around a. It is not clear if the men are related.