Today mask have become a symbol of social responsibilities. From June and till now, it has been compulsory for people in India to wear face coverings while in shops. It became mandatory to wear a face covering when using public transport.
Now, customers at pubs and restaurants must wear masks when moving around, such as walking to their table or visiting the toilet, as must staff working in hospitality or retail services.
The government advices states you should use face coverings “properly”. The key element is to ensure that whatever you’re using is completely covering your nose and mouth while allowing you to breathe comfortably, and to wash your hands before putting it on or taking it off.
Now people are looking for more fashionable masks as per their own style and choices. Personalised and embroidery and designer face masks have been growing in popularity over the last few years and have recently become more popular than ever.
The small business of creative masks has been useful to many needy people due to the fact that society is always attracted to new pattern designs.
In these difficult times, not only is the usage of masks essential but their maintenance too. The subject of mask hygiene has also started trending.
In some social events, organisers and their partners shows that how to remove and re-use a face mask using a plastic container without touching the front of the mask. With the government suggesting that citizens learn to live with the virus for sometime, we should also learn and observe mask hygiene during Pandemic situation.
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