How to Make a Mask for Coronavirus at Home


No sewing machine? No problem. Here’s five ways to whip up a fabric face mask—at every type of skill and material level

Should you wear a face mask while outside during the COVID-19 pandemic? After weeks of conflicting reports from regional and national public health officials at home and abroad, a clearer answer to that question is emerging. Last week Canada Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam told the public that wearing a “non-medical mask, even if you have no symptoms, is an additional measure that you can take to protect others around you.”

There are good reasons for that focus on “non-medical:” personal protective equipment is a deeply needed resource for front-line workers right now, and in many places is in short supply. The best protection for non-health-care workers is really just staying at home—but if you have to go to…

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