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The Center for Disease Control has urged all Americans to cover their faces while in public as the death toll for the coronavirus climbs higher. While health officials are in the most need of surgical masks, the CDC has urged the public to avoid those products and instead be more creative.
Time Magazine has published a comprehensive article detailing how to make masks at home, both with and without sewing. Those who can’t sew can make cloth face masks out of T-shirts and bandanas using this guide from the CDC.