New Yorkers have increasingly embraced the wearing of masks to slow the spread of coronavirus since the pandemic began earlier this year.
You’d have to say that, with the benefit of hindsight, it does seem kind of obvious. The more we breathe on each other, the easier it is for nasty things to spread. I’m sure we knew this, didn’t we? Strange, then, that it took a pandemic and 127,000 deaths in the UK for us to do something about it.
It’s the government’s responsibility to enforce COVID-19 standard operating procedures if people don’t pay attention to its instructions. All COVID-19 precautionary measures taken by the government are to save the precious lives of people (“Army
How “Covid confident” are you? That’s going to become an important question as the UK government presses ahead with its reopening plans – even as health experts warn that they will result in cases ticking up. We’ve heard a great deal from the
Wearing masks is now compulsory in public spaces in 49 provinces and the capital, Bangkok — where the latest outbreak has been traced back to a nightlife district. Some locations are backing it up with a 20,000 baht ($640) fine.
The 11-year-old returned to the classroom last Thursday. The actual, physical IRL classroom on the second floor of her Venice elementary school. Inside, she and eight other fifth graders sat at well-spaced desks, many looking as if they’d died and gone to heaven.
The WHO advises that "non-medical, fabric masks can be used by the general public under the age of 60 and who do not have underlying health conditions."
"The mandatory wearing of masks on public transport, where social distancing is not possible, should by accompanied by one very simple precaution: avoid talking and making phone calls," the French National Academy of Medicine said in a statement.
Worn once, the thin protective materials can take hundreds of years to decompose. When we throw them away, these items can harm the environment and the animals who share our planet
Here’s a funny thought. I am sure we all dislike having to wear masks despite many people insisting that they do not find them uncomfortable, that they do not find them hard to breathe under and that, since March 2020, they haven’t caught a cold or flu