Fearing the ongoing crisis, the Centres of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Health Ministry of India have urged people to wear a mask whenever they step out. Guidelines have also suggested many to make their own masks at home.
While homemade masks may not be the best form of defence, they can help cut down the risk of infection. Masks are especially helpful when you step out or travel in public places and more so if used by someone who exhibits symptoms associated with the coronavirus.
Wearing a mask is definitely a good measure to protect yourself, however, it’s vital to ensure that you wear it the right way.
Here are some of the top mistakes you should avoid