Face Mask or Not

Going out into the public after being released from house arrest (confinement), we struggle with should I wear a face mask? If I wear a face mask how much of my face do I need to cover? For those who want to make a fashion statement, then the face mask choice transitions into a matching accessory with healthcare benefits. Public healthcare has given revisions to the face mask rule when interacting publicly. The Department of Health Director Amy Acton, M.D., MPH, strongly recommends that Ohioans take the following actions: in areas where social distancing measures are difficult (grocery stores, pharmacies, and public parks); wear face covering; no face covering for children under the age of 2 or anyone who has trouble breathing or incapacitated or unconscious; if not working as a healthcare worker or first responder persons, do not wear medical supply masks; use multiple layers or fabric or cloth from household items or common materials; be aware of scammers offering high-prices mask that are labeled superior masks; by all means support small businesses selling fabric mask at a reasonable price.
What is your opinion about to wear or not to wear a face mask?
Not knowing what tomorrow will bring can open the door to fear of health issues, the fear of no money; yet, bills due. If we are not careful, we can remain in either negative mental, emotional, physical confinement due to health challenges, family emergencies, sudden loss of employment or customers, or short-term or long-term lifestyle pivot. We are here to journey with you through lifestyle challenges, please check out our virtual consultation sessions that we are offering.

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