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Airports, retail stores, essential businesses, salons, public transportation — all places where face masks are required in many US states (here’s a full list of the state mandates). And if you don’t have a face mask yet, you may get denied entry into many of these businesses. Fortunately, you don’t have to make your own face mask at home, because many online stores are designing their own face masks. You can select from simple, homemade coverings from crafters online to trendy (and often more expensive) designs that feature familiar characters, higher-end materials or name brands. Proceeds often go to coronavirus-related charities. No matter where you buy them, face masks come in a variety of shapes and patterns, like these wonderful Golden Girls-inspired masks from Huntees.
Until a vaccine is ready, it’s uncertain how long face masks will be required in public. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidelines for wearing face masks while participating in large gatherings as cities reopen, for example, if you go to an outdoor event or attend a protest. Experts also point to signs of a second coronavirus wave, which could complicate face mask use further, especially since the US has already reached over 2 million cases.
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