Electrified Fabric Could Zap the Coronavirus on Masks and Clothing — Cooking with Kathy Man

Rachel Crowell wrote . . . . . . . . . Wearing masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) can slow the spread of COVID-19. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends everyone wear some kind of face covering in public places, especially where social distancing is difficult to maintain. And health […]

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Vitamins C and D Finally Adopted as a Coronavirus Treatment

This is the information from the site of Doctor Mercola who I have been following for years. I sounds quite logical to me. Here is the story in short. To find out more about the subject go to the site of Dr Mercola and read this article in depth. Vitamins C and D are […]

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WASH & COVID-19 Updates – April 9, 2020 — Sanitation Updates

WASH & COVID-19 UPDATES Interim recommendations on obligatory hand hygiene against transmission of COVID-19. WHO, April 1, 2020. Recommendation to Member States to improve hand hygiene practices widely to help prevent the transmission of the COVID-19 virus by: 1. Providing universal access to public hand hygiene stations and making their use obligatory on entering and […]

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Homemade mask and face shield, protection from coronavirus

Different ways to make face mask and shield. Be safe. Always use precaution to make anything and using any mask.

If you have a piece of fabric, handkerchief, and 2 elastic bands.

How to Fold a No-Sew Bandana Face Mask

Using Duct Tape for the face mask.

No Sew DIY Mask – Made with Man Friendly Duct Tape

 

Using Tshirt, or any clothing to make a face mask.

Using muffler or scarf to make the face mask.

Face Mask by Paper Towels.

Love coffee, Disposable face mask with filter.

Using a water bottle to make the FACE SHIELD.

 

Using an old sock.

Ordinary napkins can be converted into face masks.

A box of tissue paper can be transformed into a face mask.