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6 questions and answers about masks

The virus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic is still there, and all of us must continue to help limit the spread of the virus. In addition to maintaining social distancing, you also need to wear a mask in public.

If you are sick and don't know it, a mask can help prevent you from spreading the virus unintentionally. Think of the mask as a social contract between you and the people around you during this epidemic.

However, after wearing a mask for a few months, you may have some real problems.

How to wear a mask correctly?

For masks to work, you need to make sure you wear them in the right way.

Make sure your mask:

Cover your nose and mouth

Will not fall off the bridge of the nose and chin

Close to the face, but does not affect breathing

When putting on a mask, try to avoid touching the mask with your hands, and wash your hands if you need to touch it. In addition, don't let it hang on your neck or forehead.

Finally, if you are having difficulty breathing, do not wear a mask; children under 2 years of age or people who cannot remove the mask without help should not wear a mask.

When do I need to wear a mask?

The CDC recommends: Wear a mask as long as it is not easy to maintain social distancing in public places.

Although there are no hard and fast rules about when and where to wear a mask, it is recommended to wear a mask in the following places where it is difficult to maintain social distance:

grocery store

Retail store

pharmacy

Bus, train and subway

gas

If you are going out for walking or exercising and expect that there will be a lot of space between you and others, consider not wearing a mask-but it is best to have a mask on hand, just in case.

Does wearing a mask mean that it is safe to be within 6 feet of others?

Masks are an extra layer of protection to help reduce the spread of the new crown virus (COVID-19) in situations where it is difficult to maintain social distancing. However, masks cannot replace social distancing. It is complementary to maintaining social distancing.

In public, the safest thing is to maintain social distancing and wear a mask.

What is the correct way to take off the mask?

When taking off the mask, make sure to take the right approach.

When you take off the mask, use the straps tied to your ears to take it off. Just grab these straps, fold the outer corners together, and wash or store them.

When removing the mask, try not to touch any part of your face, especially your eyes, nose or mouth, and then wash your hands immediately (or use a disposable disinfectant).

How should I wash the mask and how often?

The CDC recommends washing the mask after each use, either in the washing machine or by hand.

If you use a washing machine, don't worry about washing the mask with ordinary clothes. Use standard washing powder and water with the highest temperature that the mask fabric can withstand.

If you wash by hand, soak the cloth in bleach for five minutes, then rinse thoroughly with water.

Make sure that the mask is completely dry after washing, because the damp cloth is a good environment for mold growth. It may be easiest to dry the mask in a dryer, or you can lay the mask flat to dry (preferably in direct sunlight).

How should I store my mask and where should I store it?

Even if you know how to wear a mask, you may not know how to store it after you take it off.

Between uses, store the mask in a cool, dry place.

For example, consider hanging the mask with its strap on the hook of the door. This will also help remind you to remember to wear a mask when you go out.

If you need to store masks between the use of masks during the day (such as at work), you can consider bringing a disposable paper lunch bag, and put the mask in when you are not wearing a mask.

The key to storing masks between uses is to ensure:

Choose a dry place where mold cannot grow.

Fold the mask to make sure that the inner lining that touches the mouth does not touch any surface that may be contaminated.

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