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COVID-19 can be spread by someone even when they are asymptomatic. By covering your mouth and nose with a mask, you are protecting others. Did you know: If you get the flu, you are expected to spread it to 14 people; if you get COVID-19 this number increases to the 1000’s – that’s how easily it can spread. Face masks can prevent that from happening.



  • Wearing a face mask may not protect you from COVID-19, but it will protect others if you are sick. Face coverings are designed to catch your own oral droplets from contaminating others.
  • By wearing a mask, it reminds people to keep a safe distance from each other.
  • It prevents you from touching your mouth, nose, and parts of your face with an unwashed hand.
  • Even when wearing a face mask, you should continue to practice social distancing (keep 1.5 meters from others, avoid close contact)


  • Avoid touching the mask while it is on. 
  • Don’t touch the front of the mask while it is on. 
  • Don’t remove the mast to talk to someone Don’t ware the mask only over the mouth or nose (leaving one exposed)
  • Wash your hands with soap and water (20 secs min) or hand sanitiser before touching the mask. Dry your hands and make sure you do not touch any surfaces before you handle the mask. 
  • Remove the mask from its packaging and make sure the mask has no obvious tears, holes, or faults. Avoid touching the front of the mask.
  • Identify the top of the mask (generally it has a stiff bendable edge that will mould to the shape of your nose) and the front of the mask (normally a mask is coloured on the front) with the white side towards your face.
  • If your mask has ear loops, hold the mask by the ear loops and place a loop around each ear.
  • Pinch the stiff nose piece to the shape of your nose.
  • Adjust the bottom of the mask over your mouth and under your chin


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