It’s no secret the CDC has encouraged us to wear masks if we have to go out in public. Today they can be hard to find, so we touched base with Operating Room Nurse Angela Brady who spent time walking us through the steps of making our very own mask at home, and maybe the best part: no sewing involved. Angela instructed to use a bandana or scarf of any kinda; cotton or silk material is most highly recommended. It is encouraged to avoid using flannel because it absorbs moisture and could absorb germs as well. Angela proceeded to share two hair ties is the other material needed. The are a few folding steps, flipping over and then tucking one side into the other before placing the mask on your face and the ties around your ears. Please reach out if you have any questions. We care deeply that you are staying safe and masks can help!
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