You should not have to break the bank in order to keep yourself and your loved ones safe during a global pandemic. Wearing a face mask or neck gaiter has been proven as a valuable step to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, but not all masks are created equal.
Flu season happens every year, almost as regularly as winter or spring. We are used to watching our friends, family, classmates and coworkers develop and pass stuffy noses and fatigue around. In previous years, flu season was something we collectively suffered through. However, 2020 is different, as this year’s flu season coincides with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our society dramatically. While we have found a path toward normalcy and have made strides to reduce transmission of coronavirus, the danger of contracting the virus is a looming reality – especially for the most at-risk members of society.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to dramatic changes in how Americans go about their daily lives. Face masks are a staple of any trip outside your home, as face coverings have been proven to significantly reduce the transmission of coronavirus.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our society dramatically. Businesses and schools remain remote, travel is restricted, and other measures are in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. Everyone is desperate for a way back to the way things were before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus has become the prime focus of our lives these past few months. While COVID-19 has symptoms similar to the flu and the common cold, including fatigue, nausea, cough, and trouble breathing, coronavirus spreads more quickly and people are contagious longer before showing symptoms. It is also proven to be more deadly, having already resulted in more than 215,000 deaths according to the Centers to Disease Control (CDC) in the United States alone. COVID is most frequently transmitted from person to person in small, cramped areas with many people and poor ventilation, such as airplanes, places of worship, stores, shopping malls, schools, and more.