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In the face of coronavirus, it is necessary for us to wear a face mask whenever we are in the public. But do you know that there is actually a way to use your mask safely that lowers your chance of touching viruses?
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How to Wear a Fabric Mask Safely
A fabric mask acts as a_____(1 word missing)to prevent the spread of the virus. It must be used correctly and always combined with other measures to protect yourself and everyone else.
When wearing a fabric mask, clean your hands before putting it on.
_____(1 word missing) the mask and do not use it if it is damaged or dirty.
Cover your mouth, nose, and chin.
Adjust the mask to your face, leaving _____(2 words missing)on the sides.
Avoid touching the mask while wearing it.
Change your mask once it gets dirty or wet.
To take off the mask, clean your hands first.
Remove it by the straps behind the head or ears, without touching the front of the mask.
As you remove the mask, pull it away from your face.
Clean your hands after taking off any mask.
If you need to reuse a fabric mask, store it in a clean, resealable bag.
Hold the mask at the elastic ends when removing it from the bag, and make sure it is not dirty or wet before using it again.
Wash fabric masks in soap or detergent, preferably with hot water, at least once a day.
Make sure you have your own mask and do not share it with others.
When wearing a mask, make sure you know how to put it on, use it, remove it, and discard it or wash it correctly.
Remember that a mask alone cannot protect you.
When wearing a mask, continue to adopt other measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
Stay at least one meter away from others.
Clean your hands frequently and thoroughly, and avoid touching your face and mask.
Stay safe, and let’s all prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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