1. Wear a face mask in public places
Covid19! However, the rapid spread of COVID19 has caused the US authority on infectious disease to change course. The institute now recommends that people who reside in areas with high transmission rates, and those who are going to places where they can’t maintain social distancing (that is, six feet of space between you another person who isn’t a household member), drape their nose and mouth with cloth or another type of breathable fabric, including face masks you make at home or buy.
The CDC reversed its position on who should and shouldn’t wear face masks in public. Prior to its latest announcement, the CDC and other health experts maintained that there was no need for the general public to wear a face covering when they left the house.
The CDC considers this a voluntary health measure, and a recommendation, though some counties and cities are making the order mandatory — typically when you gather somewhere around other people, like in a store, and not while you’re alone in your car, or taking a walk where keeping six feet from others is easy to do.
At the very least, it’s a good idea to keep a face covering on hand if for no other reason than to avoid a strangers’ side eye or lecture at the store.
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