The Centers for Disease Control revised its guidelines for COVID this week to include that the virus can be spread through aerosols, and it can linger in the area from minutes to hours. Up until now, it was understood that the coronavirus is spread through respiratory droplets from an infected person. Now more than ever, it is important to wear a mask when out in public because you or someone could spread or contract the virus.
Have you consistently worn a mask throughout the lockdown? Will you continue to wear a mask, or have you reduced your time wearing a mask since more things are open and back to “normal”?
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