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  2. Use and Care of Masks | CDC

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    They should do this by considering the person’s ability to: Wear a mask correctly (proper mask size and fit) Avoid frequent touching of the mask and face Limit sucking, drooling, or having excess saliva on the mask Remove the mask without assistance

  3. How well do face masks protect against COVID-19? - Mayo Clinic

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    Follow these steps for putting on and taking off your mask: Wash or sanitize your hands before and after putting on your mask. Place your mask over your mouth and nose and chin. Tie it behind your head or use ear loops. Make sure it's snug against your face. Don't touch your mask while wearing it. ...

  4. How to Properly Wear a Face Mask: Infographic - Hopkins Medicine

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    Everyone is required to wear a face mask in a Johns Hopkins Medicine building. Patients can remove the face mask when they are alone in their hospital room. Staff performing care or other duties in a patient’s room can ask the patient to wear a face mask while they are in the room. *This does not apply to recommended masks with a clear window used for lip reading.

  5. Wearing a Mask | CDC

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    Wearing a Mask Wear a Mask the Right Way. First, wash your hands. Put the mask on your face. Put the loops behind your ears. The mask... Protect Everyone from COVID-19. Wear a mask to protect yourself. Wear a mask to protect your friends. Wear a mask to... Stop COVID-19 Every Day. Stay at least 6 ...

  6. Mask Guidance | CDC - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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    Wear a mask in public places where there are a lot of people around. The mask must cover your nose. The mask must cover your mouth. The mask must fit under your chin. The mask must be snug on your face. Make sure it is easy to breathe. If you visit someone who might get very sick from COVID-19, wear a mask when you are with them.

  7. When and how to use masks - World Health Organization

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    Here are the basics of how to wear a mask: Clean your hands before you put your mask on, as well as before and after you take it off, and after you touch it at any... Make sure it covers both your nose, mouth and chin. When you take off a mask, store it in a clean plastic bag, and every day either ...

  8. Coronavirus Face Masks FAQs - Hopkins Medicine

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    The CDC continues to monitor the spread of COVID-19 and makes recommendations for wearing face masks, both for those who are fully vaccinated as well as those who are not fully vaccinated. The CDC also recommends that masks and physical distancing are required when going to the doctor’s office, hospitals or long-term care facilities.

  9. Does Wearing a Face Mask Reduce Oxygen—and Can It Increase ...

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    With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendation to wear a face mask to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, some people felt that wearing a mask reduced their...

  10. Can a Face Mask Make You Sick? – Cleveland Clinic

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    For people who live with anxiety disorders or claustrophobia, it can. Some might experience psychological responses to wearing a mask while others may experience physical symptoms like shortness ...

  11. Should you still wear a mask today? What all of us should ...

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    Medical experts and the CDC say people should wear face masks if they're going to be in close contact with strangers indoors. Vaccination is often recommended. (iStock) Knighton recommends...