Mind and Body

How much do you know about mask-wearing during the Covid-19 pandemic?

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C or D

TIp: hold the mask up to the light — if you can see light through the mask, try adding on another layer of fabric. Read more

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A. 50 percent.

If at least half the population were to consistently wear masks, we could slow the virus’s spread. Read more.

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C. Your mouth, chin, and nose up to the bridge should be fully covered by your mask. Read more.

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False.

It wasn't until early April that the CDC officially recommended wearing masks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. Read More.

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