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You can’t find a protective mask in pharmacies or it’s price is hitting you?  If you want to protect yourself, a mask to cover the mouth and nose can be made at home.  However, a textile mask is not as effective as a surgical one, but it is very useful during this period.  If you do not know how to sew, with a scissors, a piece of material and two hair bands you can make a protective mask.


 The American Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) has reverted to previous recommendations made in the context of the pandemic and currently believes that wearing simple masks in textiles could slow the spread of coronavirus.


Instructions for making your home a protective mask


 The material used should be cut in such a way that it is wide and long enough to cover your nose and mouth 

 The material should be bent at length.

 At each end tie a hair elastic.

 Bring the ends tied inwards.

 Arrange the mask near the mouth and nose and fasten the elastics behind the ears.


It is important to know:

•Simple surgical masks have a much higher protection than textiles.

• Even if we wear a mask, we must keep at least 3 steps away from the others.

 •We disinfect / wash our hands before and after putting on our masks and do not touch them when wearing them.

 •After each use, the textile masks must be washed: a washing machine is sufficient.

 •Such textile masks are especially useful in places where physical distance is difficult to maintain: queues, small shops or pharmacies, crowded means of transport, etc.

• This recommendation can be used as an additional public health measure.

• The CDC emphasizes that textile masks should not be worn by children under 2 years of age or by persons with respiratory problems.

• The materials from which the textile masks are made do not sufficiently protect the hospital environment. 

•The World Health Organization strongly recommends wearing surgical masks or special protective masks in the hospital environment.


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