As we close in on the end of Week 4 of New York’s Pause program to combat the spread of the coronavirus, we are now faced with the mandatory usage of face masks in situations where social distancing cannot be maintained. The use of face masks is mandatory when going to grocery stores, picking up take out food, or any other situation where close contact with others in inevitable. While the use of face masks is a good idea that will likely slow down the spread of the corona virus, many people don’t have access to face masks. So what are you to do if you need to venture out but don’t have a face mask?
Here’s a quick video on how to make your own face mask at home in less than a minute using nothing more than two rubber bands and a piece of fabric. While the video uses a bandanna, any piece of fabric will do – a section of an old t-shirt would be perfect for this.
As a reminder, the Ziff Law Firm remains OPEN FOR BUSINESS during the NY Pause program! We are all working remotely, and continue to review and accept new cases. We can communicate over the phone, email, text, through Skype, Facetime, Zoom, or other forms of instant messaging convenient for you. Please feel free to reach out at any time!
Have any other ideas on how to stay safe during the pandemic? Please share them in the comments!
Thanks for reading,
Adam M. Gee, Esq.
NY and PA Personal Injury and Malpractice Attorney