What kind of mask should you wear while flying during COVID-19?
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends the following:
- People 60 years or over or those who have serious chronic illnesses or underlying health conditions should wear a medical mask when traveling. Medical masks provide greater protection from others who may have the virus.
- People who are healthy and have no symptoms can wear a fabric mask to prevent the virus from spreading to others.
Also check out the effectiveness of different masks at stopping COVID-19 droplets and how to clean your fabric masks.
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Word of the Day:
Chronic: (of an illness) continuing a long time or occurring repeatedly. The antonym of chronic is acute.