As safety gear, face masks are for specific times, places and spaces. Learn how to use yours when you are in high risk situations and how to safely slide it down when you move into low risk areas.
Droplets on common surfaces are an easy transmission point. Learning to shift your behaviors will reduce your risk in public spaces.
As the seasons changed, we provided education and motivation to continue our shift into social safety.
As local, state, and national agencies amassed a response, we spread public health education and developed high-grade safety gear in real-time. Here is our first tutorial from March 2020, well before the CDC updated their regulations.
A year ago, SSI posted our first mask tutorial. We know more today. Surfaces are not a concern, so do not harm yourself with disinfectants.
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