Learn how to make CDC-approved face coverings with materials you probably have at home

first_imgThe CDC currently advises people wear a cloth face covering when leaving the house to go places like the grocery store, stressing this in places where you could be exposed to the virus. The CDC emphasizes these coverings can be used on top of social distancing guidelines, but not in place of them. For more information on making face coverings, how to clean them, and who shouldn’t wear them, visit the CDC website here. These coverings are also recommended in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 and help those who might have the virus, but don’t show symptoms, from giving it to other people. There are several options of coverings to make at home suggested on the CDC website. (WBNG) — 12 News crafted face coverings from home Tuesday as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends people wear them amid the coronavirus pandemic. To make the quick cut t-shirt face covering: Cut the bottom 7-8 inches off of a t-shirtLay it out in front of you and fold it in half to the rightCut a rectangle about 6-7 inches from the right side of the material, making sure to leave room on the top and bottom of the rectangle for the strings that will tie behind your headCut the loops into strings and you’re done! Tie behind your head/neck. The CDC says the coverings crafted in the video above and written about in this article are not medical grade masks or N-95 respirators. Cut a large section off the bottom of a t-shirtLay it down sidewaysFold one half up to the middle and one half down to the middleRepeat with the halves you just foldedPut a rubber band on each side, pushing a few inches into the fabricFold the edges outside of the rubber bands in, press on your face, and loop rubber bands behind your ears. Done! To make another style with rubber bands:last_img read more

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The Ark: Way ahead or white elephant?

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FIFA Awards Is Too Boring – Super Falcons Star Asisat Oshoala Cries Out

first_imgSuper Falcons forward Asisat Oshoala has criticised the Best FIFA Football Awards as being too boring after the latest edition was held in London on Monday, October 23.Oshoala made this known in the early hours of Tuesday on Twitter as she charged the organisers, world football ruling body FIFA, to spice up the annual award event by introducing Women Best XI just like that of the men known as FIFPRO World XI.Dear @FIFAcom , some of us think it would be more interesting to have Women Best11 just like that of the men.Please feed us something NEW 🙏🏾— ASISAT M.O.N (@AsisatOshoala) October 23, 2017Her tweet read: “Dear @FIFAcom, some of us think it would be more interesting to have Women Best 11 just like that of the men. Please feed us something new.”During the event hosted by popular Hollywood actor Idris Elba on Monday night, stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Gianlugi Buffoon and many more emerged award recipients. In the women’s category, only two awards were handed out.Netherlands coach Sarina Wiegman won the Best Women’s Coach while Lieke Martens of the Netherlands (21.72% of the votes) saw off the challenges of American star Carli Lloyd (16.28%) and Deyna Castellanos of Venezuela (11.29%) to win the Best FIFA Women’s Player.Related2017 AITEO/CAF Awards: Salah Wins Africa’s Best Player Award Ahead Of Mane And AubameyangJanuary 4, 2018In “Africa”Moses, Oshoala Win Big At 2018 AITEO/NFF AwardsFebruary 20, 2018In “Africa”2019 FIFA WWC: Asisat Oshoala Reveals Motivation Behind Falcons Victory Against South KoreaJune 16, 2019In “Africa”last_img read more

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