Best Face Mask Filters: 15 Best-selling Face Mask Filters for All Types of Coronavirus Face Coverings by 30Seconds Health
Many people are choosing to add a face mask filter to their face coverings, which may offer extra protection from coronavirus. “Having a cloth mask and inserting another fabric or material for additional filtration and protection may improve the protection offered by a home mask,” Dr. Nidhy Varghese, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Texas Children's Hospital, told NBC News. “This may be particularly helpful for masks made from loose fiber weaves, which offer little resistance to air flow.”
If you want to add a face mask filter to your face covering, here are 15 of the best-selling face mask filters. Regardless if you add a filter or not, your face mask should be washed after each use, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Here's how to properly wash your face mask.
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