Let’s look at how face masks might be designed to cause minimal harm to the environment, while still doing their job – and which type is best for you.
People infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can spread the virus when they speak, sing, cough, sneeze or even just breathe.
The masks weren’t just a medical accessory. For many, they served an aesthetic purpose.
Masks have emerged as unlikely fashion heroes as the COVID-19 pandemic has developed.
How do you know if it’s worth trying to convince someone to wear a mask? And what’s the best way to talk to them if you actually want to make a difference?
What can you look out for when buying a mask to make sure it does what it’s supposed to do?
Experts debate how effective face shields are in reducing the spread of the coronavirus.
Here are some quick methods that will get you a mask in no time with little fuss.
The increased demand for masks amid Australia’s second wave of the coronavirus has been an opportunity for Aussies to support and give back to local businesses, community organisations and First Nations people.
If you’re not sure which type of face mask to wear, the new research should help you decide.