If you haven't heard about the coronavirus mask recommendations by now, then you have been living under a metaphorical rock.
The safety recommendations have been blasted by healthcare professionals and politicians around the country, and one doctor, in particular, has been at the forefront of the reminders, and that is Dr. Anthony Fauci. Dr. Fauci is the White House health advisor and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and during a recent interview, the medical disease expert changed his tune about face mask use.
Dr. Fauci listed out at least one exception to face mask guidelines, saying it's ok to not have a mask covering your mouth and nose when you are outdoors with someone you live with. Fauci goes on to give an example, "When I see people out on a beach running with nobody around them - good for you! Do it! You don't need to be locked down outside. If you're walking with your dog or your wife or husband or somebody that you're in the house with anyway, and you're not going to stay separated from them, then just do it. I see someone coming, I go like that."
The movement Dr. Fauci is describing is him pulling his mask located on his chin over his mouth.
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