Fight the virus with homemade masks
Just like we brush our teeth every morning, we must get used to wearing masks every time we go out. And no, we don't need the N95 or surgical masks, which should be left for the use of healthcare workers. Simple DIY masks, made from any good quality cotton fabric with tight weave, can go a long way in keeping us and the people around us safe. Alternatively, you can also use a scarf or a dupatta. As these celebrities show us, let's be safe and be part of the #MaskIndia initiative.
The health ministry has issued a notice asking us to wear masks every time we go out. Make the use of a mask mandatory and even if you don't have one, you can always make one at home.
I always wear scarves while I play, so I prefer to cover my face with a scarf. We go to #MaskIndia every time we need to go out, to combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
I made this mask with cotton material that I found in my house. My friends and I have been making and distributing such masks.
When you go out, always wear a mask. Leave N95 masks for healthcare professionals. They can protect themselves with masks made of dupattas or scarves.
When you go out, put on a mask. It's very important. Also, keep washing your hands from time to time. Stay home, stay safe, stay protective, stay strong, and be positive.
Everyone stay home. Let's fight this together. And if you go out, be a superhero! Cover your face to save your career.
I have formed two masks for the eyes in one COVID-19 mask. He wore one and then the other. They sit perfectly. And this mask is lined with two layers!
I have turned a beautiful printed eye mask into a mask. Contribute to the safety of the community by wearing a mask.
We need to take the masks seriously as the need of the hour is to prevent the spread of contagion. And the best part is that you can make a mask in your home!
I did this with a grocery bag! And of course, as our mothers have been telling us for years, don't forget to wash your hands.