To help protect yourself and others from the coronavirus, masks are vital, but The Doctors know it might be difficult to convince your child to wear one, but these 10 masks can help make staying safe a little more fun.
Fun and fresh prints: Old Navy has a wide assortment of masks for the whole family, including many options for the little ones. We love these 3-ply options which are woven, 100% cotton poplin, soft & breathable, washable and reusable, and come in packs of 5 and are available in fun summer prints and also prints perfect for a day outdoors.
Cute characters: Maybe your child is a character and needs a mask to match! Check out these masks from Subzero, which are reusable & washable, made from 95% cotton and 5% polyester, breathable, have 4-way stretch, and comes in an adorable puppy option, a magical unicorn, and many more.
All-day comfort: Vistaprint has a ton of great masks, and they are designed to be worn all day if needed. Their masks are lightweight, wick away moisture, have adjustable latex-free straps, and are machine washable. Check out this cool lightning bolt print and this happy face print.
Cartoon masks: MaskClub handmakes their masks from 2 layers of 100% polyester and has elastic ear loops, and they are reusable and washable. They offer a ton of different characters like Paw Patrol, Hello Kitty, and many others.
Colorful classics: If your child loves bold colors, Caraa has masks in packs of 5, which are breathable, washable, have adjustable elastic loops, and a nose wire for a better fit. We love these multi-packs that come in "cool colors" and "warm colors" options.
Also, The Doctors want to make sure you and your child are correctly wearing your mask. Find out the list of ways you might be wearing your mask wrong, which may put you and others in danger.
And a friendly reminder, The CDC stresses that wearing a mask is vital to stop and prevent COVID-19, especially when you are indoors among people outside of your household and outside among strangers in groups. In addition, The Doctors stress the importance of continuing to follow all prevention guidelines: social distancing, routine and frequent handwashing, the cleaning of high touch surfaces, avoiding people who are sick, and if you are experiencing COVID symptoms or believe you have been exposed, contact your doctor or healthcare provider about getting tested. Find out more information about local COVID-19 testing in your area, including free testing.
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