Here's how to make a homemade coronavirus COVID-19 mask in 35 seconds

Stop the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 by wearing this homemade mask created in just 45 seconds.

Published Tue, Apr 7 2020 1:02 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:44 AM CST

If you can't find any facemasks to purchase, or you don't have any money to purchase them, don't worry, masks can be created from household items.

The United States Surgeon General has recently released a video on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) YouTube Channel detailing how Americans can make a homemade mask in just 35 seconds. This video has come after the CDC, and the US Surgeon General has recommended everyone to wear face masks or a cloth covering if they decide to leave their home and go outside.

The video details that a face covering can be created out of many things such as an old t-shirt, bandanna, or basically anything cloth. According to the CDC, these makeshift masks can help hinder the spread of COVID-19, so here's how to make them. You will need the following items: two rubber bands, an old t-shirt (or any other piece of cloth that can be folded), and 35 seconds of your time. Follow the above instructions from the Surgeon General, and you will have created your face covering.

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