How to make a 3-layer face mask at home

Social distancing and good hygiene are still the most recommended ways of keeping coronavirus at bay, although some evidence points towards the widespread use of masks help to reduce transmission rates.

“Current evidence suggests that most transmission of COVID-19 is occurring from symptomatic people to others in close contact, when not wearing appropriate [personal protective equipment],” the WHO guidance reads.

But while the debate rages on, you can make your own face mask at home in less than ten minutes with this express.co.uk guide on how to make a three-layer face mask.

The face should be made from close-woven material such as cotton from a t-shirt or pillowcase.



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