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Note: Three-pleat, single-ply face mask with elastic ear loops and flexible metal contours; tested to filter 86% of particles of 0.3 microns; hand wash w/ soap & water.

Available:Alternatively, Lucky Brand has 5-Pack Reusable Washable Pleated Cotton Face Masks for $25 - $10 when you apply promo code 20UBES in shopping bag = $15. Shipping is $5 or free on $30+ orders.

Note: Non-medical, reusable masks made according to the specs of LAProtects.org. Wash before first use and routinely thereafter.
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Here are the major retailers currently selling reusable face masks for COVID-19.

Use of Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19​ [cdc.gov]

CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.
CDC also advises the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. Cloth face coverings fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials at low cost can be used as an additional, voluntary public health measure.
Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.
The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance.​


Note: Some of the masks below are on back order. You may order them now, but they will not ship until ready.

Athleta [gap.com]:
5 Pack Non Medical Face Masks $30.00

Amazon [amazon.com]: Revman Reusable Face Cover (Pack of 3) $13.70

B&H [bhphotovideo.com]: BEBAY KN95 Disposable 5-Layer Face Mask (Box of 30) $59.99


Anthropologie [anthropologie.com]: Amadi reusable face masks in multiple styles for only $14.00

Brooks Brothers [brooksbrothers.com]: Face Masks 5 pack $20.00

Banana Republic [gap.com]: Microfiber Face Mask for a Cause $20.00(Support Feeding America)
Face Mask [gap.com] 3-Pack $29 NLA

Banana Republic Factory [gapfactory.com]: 3-Pack Face Masks (Multi Colors) $15.00


Disney [shopdisney.com]: Pre-order these 4-pack reusable face masks in various Disney characters for just $19.99

Express [express.com]: Pocket Square Clothing Black Unity Face Mask $15

Fashion Nova [fashionnova.com]: cloth face masks for as low as $4.99

Fanatics [fanatics.com]: Sports themed face masks for $14.99

NBA Cloth Face Covering 3-Pack (Pre-Order) $17.49

Forever 21 [forever21.com]: Printed Face Masks (Mult. Styles) for only $5.00 NLA

Five Below [fivebelow.com]: Fashion face masks for only $3.00 NLA

Fstopgear [fstopgear.com] : DYOTA AG+ ION MASK
$19.50

Gap [gap.com]: Adult Face Mask (3-Pack) $15.00
https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=668851&mlink=5058,18799659,HP_HERO_FACEMASK_ADULT#pdp-page-content​ [gap.com]

https://www.gap.com/browse/product.do?pid=653173&mlink=5058,18799659,HP_HERO_FACEMASK_KIDS#pdp-page-content​ [gap.com]


Gap Factory​ [gapfactory.com]: 3-Pack Face Masks (Mult. Colors) for adults and kids for only $15.00 with free shipping when you use code SHIPPED at checkout

Hot Topic [hottopic.com]: Shop reusable face masks in various styles for only $10.32 (reg. $12.90)

J.Crew [jcrew.com]: Non-medical cotton masks are double-layered, have elastic ear loops, and an opening for a removable filter that's not included in the three-pack for only $18 NLA

Kenneth Cole [kennethcole.com]: get the 'Wear in this Together' cotton face masks for $15 (pre-order)

Land's End [landsend.com]: Pre-order 3-Pk Reusable & Washable Face Masks in multiple options from just $7.50 (will be available to ship on Jun 1st) at Land's End

Lucky Brand [luckybrand.com]: 5-pack pleated cotton face masks for $25.00

Madewell [madewell.com]: 3-pack non-medical face masks (2 styles) for $20.00

Nordstrom [nordstrom.com]: 6-Pack Pleated Cotton Adult Face Masks for $24.00 NLA

Old Navy: Variety 5-pack triple-layer cloth face masks for $12.50
10-Pack Triple-Layer Cloth Face Masks for Adults for only $25.00 [gap.com]

Sanctuaryclothing [sanctuaryclothing.com] : 5 Pack Fashion PPE Masks $28.00

Shein [shein.com] : 1-Piece PlaidPattern Random Face Mask [shein.com] $1.00 Shipping is free on $49

Target: ICU Non Medica [target.com]l Face Mask 20ct $15.99
Bella Canvas [target.com] Adult 10pk Single-Ply Fabric Face Masks $15.00

Victoria's Secret [victoriassecret.com]: Reusable masks for just $9.50 (estimated ship: May 23)

Vistaprint [vistaprint.com]: Reusable face masks with replaceable Nano filters and printed in unique designs

Vera Bradley [verabradley.com]: Non-Medical Cotton Face Masks for just $8 – available in several patterns and colors (limit 5 per order)

Volcom [volcom.com]: Assorted face masks $10.00

WWE [wwe.com]: Face masks $12.99

Walmart [walmart.com]: Disposable Non-Medical Personal Face Masks (100pc) $44.14 QA Note: Walmart may have 200pc min/only option NLA



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Last Edited by mat2000 May 30, 2020 at 04:49 PM
These masks are to keep YOU from infecting others. When you breath, cough, and or sneeze, you could be spreading the virus. Its just to prevent YOU from propelling the virus to others around you.



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Coronaviruses are one of the common cold viruses and many of the symptoms of Covid-19 are the same. Which means, if you have the sniffles or just an itchy throat/mild cough in the beginning, you have no idea if it's another common cold, allergies, or Sars-CoV-2 (the virus that causes covid-19, the disease). By the time you develop a fever, if you even progress to these symptoms, you'll already have spread the virus by speaking. Any coughing and sneezing would have propelled it even further.

Some people are questioning the effectiveness of a cloth mask. Look up the urine test: https://reddit.app.link/okNA3OCBw6. I'm all for peer-reviewed science. You're waiting for a peer-reviewed article to tell you whether face masks are effective or not? Just ignore the articles about the stability of the virus, the asymptomatic carriers who are shedding the virus, and the long incubation times before symptoms, like a fever, start to show up. It's a respiratory virus spread by droplets. When you cough and talk, you spread droplets. A physical barrier will reduce droplets. I'll take any reduction any day.
  • The ideal situation is that everyone wears an N95 (without a vent) -- protect yourself from others and you protect others from you.
  • The worst situation is if everyone goes back to normal with no face masks -- no one is protected from any infected individuals.
  • The intermediate situation is that everyone wears a face mask(any type) -- you reduce how much liquid you're spitting into the air to protect others from yourself. Everyone is protecting each other in this situation. If everyone wears a mask, I'd think we can reopen businesses with a new normal. The more people hesitate with wearing masks, the longer it's going to take to reopen.

In general, I would try to make a mask that allows a filter, and for the filter I would mix different types of materials. Cotton on the outside face mask for the water absorption, polyester or polypropylene for the oily absorption (panty liners, non woven interfacing, oil absorption pads, etc). It's not just about pore size, but also properties of the material that factors into stopping the droplets. And if you can't make one, try to buy one with multiple layers and made with different materials.

DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania has suspended the head of its national health laboratory in charge of testing for the coronavirus and ordered an investigation, a day after President John Magufuli questioned the tests' accuracy.

Magufuli said on Sunday the imported test kits were faulty as they had returned positive results on a goat and a pawpaw — among several non-human samples submitted for testing, with technicians left deliberately unaware of their origins. shake head

1) FYI - if you are interested in the data science, look at references posted in this twitter account:
https://twitter.com/jeremyphoward?lang=en

2) If you want good info on SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 see the following youtube channels, in my experience they have been far better than any main stream media channels I have seen since the start of this.
a) Dr John Campbell - https://www.youtube.com/user/Campbellteaching ( iirc Dr Nursing )
b) MedCram - https://www.youtube.com/user/MEDCRAMvideos ( MD )
c) Peak Prosperity. - https://www.youtube.com/user/Chri...nsondotcom ( PhD Pathology )

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You have to put a roll of tissue paper along the top inside border of your masks to prevent to moisture from your breathing to penetrate toward your glasses.
I wear will also wear a N95... If I'm in the ER admitting a patient or when I'm seeing my respiratory patients. Simple surgeons mask for the rest of the hospital, and I wear a cloth mask in public. Cloth mask aren't a joke. They reduce the spread of disease, and it is the one way everyone does there part to fight the virus.
There is a lot of misunderstanding and misinformation regarding masks and COVID.

-Masks serve two purposes: 1) filtering your exhaust (ie, preventing transmission to others), which is their main role. and 2) filtering your intake (ie, preventing you from getting it).

-Masks work and should be our main weapon against the virus. The example I give is driving down a highway in LA during rush hour with your windows down-- you get exposed to a lot of car pollution. You can try to reduce pollution by making cars be 6 ft apart (social distancing), but that only works a bit, and it makes traffic worse. You can tell people to stay home and not drive, which helps pollution, but then the economy suffers since people aren't working. So what do you do? You have people close their windows and drive with AC/filtration of input (mask while inhaling), and you make sure the cars have catalytic converters (mask while exhaling). Then people can be protected, without letting the economy take a nosedive.

-If you wait for data/results of studies, then you have missed the boat. The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. We have to make decisions based on logic and our understanding of similar pathogens.

-The infection is predominantly spread through droplet transmission. Droplet is different from airborne-- the latter means much smaller particles. Examples of airborne spread includes: VZV (chickenpox), smallpox, rubeola, TB (TB is not a virus). Droplet spread are most other respiratory viruses, including influenza and coronaviruses.

-In the hospital setting, patients with droplet infections get "droplet precautions" -- ie, everyone must wear a surgical mask while entering the room. Those on airborne precautions are typically in negative pressure rooms and require use of an N95 on entry. When patients on airborne precautions (eg TB) are transported around the hospital, the patient wears a surgical mask (not N95) to help prevent the spread to others.

-N95 and surgical masks likely afford similar levels of protection in preventing the wearer from getting droplet-borne viruses. Source: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/...le/2749214

-Droplets are not only spread through coughing/sneezing, but are also spread by talking ("say it, don't spray it") and likely to a lesser extent by breathing

-The major reason that everyone should wear masks in public is because they help prevent an infected person from spreading it.

-This paper https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25903751
shows that cloth masks are inferior to surgical for protecting the WEARER from another droplet born virus (influenza). Note that the control group wasn't mask-less in the study, they did standard care (ie, masking for pts on droplet precautions).

-Despite that, cloth masks likely help prevent spread from infected patients. Even though the weave may not be tight enough to prevent tiny droplets or aersolized particles from coming out, those are also much less infective (lower viral load) than big droplets. Recalling that droplets from speech and saliva are likely a large part of the spread, you can imagine that even without the tightest weave that your ability to expel big globs of saliva are much lower when wearing a cloth mask, esp if it has multiple layers.

-There is likely a substantial number of people who have been infected with minimal or no symptoms. There are multiple lines of evidence supporting this. Here is what I consider to be a landmark paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32240128. Basically when they tested everyone in a nursing home, about 50% of those with the virus had no symptoms, but still had viral titers (ie, were very infectious to others). When they checked on them a week later, about 75% of them had developed symptoms, while 25% remained asymptomatic. The takeaways are that in this population about 1/8 of people were infected but had no symptoms (yet still were highly contagious), and that it is common for people to be contagious before they have symptoms. The end result is that we must assume that everyone we encounter could have the virus (and that we could have it as well), and so everyone should wear masks.

-Serology data has also shown the number infected is much higher than what we thought, but still relatively low (a few % in PNW).

-I suspect herd immunity is not possible in this virus, due to its very high infectivity rate. This is why much like smallpox and polio, there needs to be universal mandated vaccinations.

-The young/healthy are likely large vectors of infection. Just because you have a low mortality rate, doesn't mean you can enjoy yourself without precautions, as your grandmother likely has a much higher mortality rate.

-The magic number of "two weeks" for quarantine is not based on how long you are infected; in fact viral carriage (esp through GI shedding) is much longer than 2 weeks. Instead, the two weeks refers to the max length of time between exposure and development of symptoms (usual is 3-5 days). But again, if 1/8 of people never manifest symptoms (and maybe much more than that when you consider serology data and younger populations), to me this 2 week rule doesn't make a lot of sense.

-You can see pictures of Shanghai disney, schools that re-opened in China, etc. Everyone is wearing masks. It's not due to culture. Masks work and this shouldn't be a debate.

-This virus and the news media coverage of it has created too much polarity. Masking is not a political issue. It is a cultural issue. Americans need to accept that wearing a mask is a sign of respect for those around you, much like covering your mouth when you sneeze/cough. And when you approach others without a mask on, you are putting them at risk.

-My vision for the next few months: country rolls out mandatory mask law while in public, with fines for those who don't comply (or worse, send them to jail where they will 100% get COVID). This can allow people to return to work and school. The six foot social distancing rule (which I think is total BS btw) will get relaxed to 3 feet, as long as everyone is masked. Work places will be required to have better ventilation/air exchange with outside. Restaurants will stay closed, except ones that have open air seating, and even then there will be limitations on number of patrons.

-As posted earlier, this graph nicely shows the rates of new infection in countries without mask laws vs those with mask laws (or populations that voluntarily mask):

shorturl.at/gxIW6

TL;DR: Please wear a facial covering (cloth mask, surgical mask, scarf, whatever) while in public to diminish the spread. It is your civic duty.

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Any face masks that aren't behind the ear style? Like ones that go around the head/neck? The ear ones tend to hurt me after only a few minutes.
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I think Target has 5 or 10 pack black face masks for $15
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Thorlo, the premium sock maker, is making a "high end" reusable. They call it Face Tek, it's got some marketing jargon and questionable features- but they make solid products and stand behind them. Mine arrive Monday, I'll update if I can remember.

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Any face masks that aren't behind the ear style? Like ones that go around the head/neck? The ear ones tend to hurt me after only a few minutes.
Face tek goes under the ears and behind the neck.
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I don't care what the CDC says. I wear n95 masks outside and could care less what people think about it. Cloth face masks are a joke! They are a false sense of security in every respect.
Where can I get it?

Need some for my parents. Thanks
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Five below link does not work I guess
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I don't care what the CDC says. I wear n95 masks outside and could care less what people think about it. Cloth face masks are a joke! They are a false sense of security in every respect.
Where do you get n95 masks now? I had a few with my paint supplies but haven't seen any for sale since this all started.
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I don't care what the CDC says. I wear n95 masks outside and could care less what people think about it. Cloth face masks are a joke! They are a false sense of security in every respect.
So you do care? At least a little, right?
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Thank God for my mom. She's pretty handy with a sewing machine and has made around 700 masks for family, friends, and a few nursing homes.
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Thanks for creating this thread. Ordered these around a month ago for future shipping. At that time there were few options and these seemed to be sturdy. Hopefully they will arrive in the next few weeks so I can evaluate them. I figured they could be good covers for n95s too.... I see a lot of people wearing masks with the valves, dangerous to others if they are asymptomatically spreading... and against my county's health orders.
https://www.jaanuu.com/face-masks...size=adult
$25 for 5 masks.
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