COVID-19 is spreadable, and masks can help stop it. Masks act as a barrier, preventing droplets from escaping from a person's mouth and nose when they talk, laugh, yell, sing, cough, or sneeze.
Wearing a mask should be combined with other important preventative measures, such as frequent hand washing and a two-meter or greater physical distance. The use of only a mask is insufficient to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The lack of smiling faces on the streets has been one of the most common complaints from these mask-wearing days, but a new company has found a solution.
Danielle Baskin, a visual artist from California, created Maskalike, which prints images onto face masks to make a seamless smiling mask.
Baskin is the founder of Inkwell Helmets and Branded Fruit, a “eco-friendly, waste-free alternative to promotional items” who works out of his garage in San Francisco.
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