Coronavirus Face Masks: Everything You Need To Know

Learn how to make fabric masks, where to buy them and how to wear them properly to protect yourself from COVID-19.
Placing your mask on the table while dining out during the coronavirus pandemic? Think again.
A Duke University team’s test of 14 different masks wasn’t perfect, but it raised some important questions for further research.
Here's how to properly store cloth face masks at home, according to infectious disease experts.
It's not ideal, so before you wear the same mask again to prevent COVID-19, read these tips.
Experts explain if medical face masks work against illnesses like the coronavirus.
If you don't wear your mask the right way during this pandemic, your risk of spreading and catching COVID-19 increases.
And why you may want to reconsider that air valve.
Washing face masks is just as important as wearing them to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
How to purchase a face mask that can help you prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Ear straps on your coronavirus face mask can cause pain and irritation. These clever ear guards will fix that.
A face mask fitted with a pipe cleaner can offer comfortable coronavirus protection and keep your glasses from fogging.
All this DIY mask requires is a bandana (or a large square of fabric) and two rubber bands (or hair ties).
Canvas and denim are among the most effective for DIY face masks to block particles, while Donald Trump's recommended scarves were among the worst.
Follow this expert advice when it comes to protection measures during the coronavirus pandemic.
The CDC says you should cover your face in public places like the grocery store. Experts explain how that guidance applies to outdoor areas, too.
The CDC has recommended people wear face coverings in public. Here are a few easy ways to make your own homemade face mask.
DIY tutorials to sew homemade masks that protect against COVID-19, whether you're wearing a mask yourself or donating to hospitals.
A few different ways to sew or make a no-sew DIY face mask from T-shirts in the time of COVID-19.
Paper towels, coffee filters and other household materials can be used for coronavirus face masks. But which are most effective?
If your breath fogs up your lenses while wearing a mask for coronavirus, follow these simple steps.
The advisory is in addition to current social distancing guidelines.
The CDC has recommended people wear masks in public to protect against COVID-19. What about children and babies?
Sales of face masks for infants are booming during the coronavirus pandemic, but they're not effective — and could be unsafe.