As temperatures rise, especially in Florida in the summer, wearing a mask may feel stifling at times. How do you keep cool and stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic?
The recommendations from the centers for disease control and prevention have not changed even with warmer temperatures. It is still recommended, that people frequently wash their hands for at least 20 seconds, wear a mask and remember the 6-foot rule.
Wear light-colored clothing including a mask. A mask of tightly woven cotton is the best to use on hot days. Cotton is lightweight and breathable, which can be more comfortable.
If you are experiencing symptoms of heat-related illnesses take a break and move to a shaded or cool area where it is appropriate to take off your mask.
Experts recommend staying at home if possible, staying hydrated, and washing your hands frequently. Wash your mask daily and maintain physical distancing when outside of your home.
MICHAEL JACKSON ‘PREDICTED CORONAVIRUS AND THAT’S WHY HE WORE A FACEMASK’
The late King of Pops former bodyguard Matt Fiddes has claimed that the star predicated a coronavirus-like pandemic, which is why he continued to wear a facemask despite being mocked for it. The King of Pop, who tragically died in 2009 is said to have foreseen a global virus pandemic like the one going on right now.
Michael Jackson was traveling the globe on tour, he realized that there was potential for a virus like COVID-19 to spread, and therefore took measures to prevent himself from ever catching it. “I’ve got to stay healthy, I don’t know who I’m going to encounter today, and I don’t know what I might pass on”