By now you are probably used to wearing a mask in public, but with mask use talking to other has become somewhat more difficult due to the muffling.
Across the US, some 55% of school employees will be required to wear face masks when schools reopen in the fall. While this is certainly a good thing because masks have been proven to hinder the spread of COVID-19, it makes teaching lessons quite difficult as students could have a hard time understanding the teachers' instructions.
Angie Madden, a second grade teacher who lives in Milledgeville, Georgia has come up with a fix to this problem after she saw another teacher on TikTok share a video of the fix. Madden took to Facebook to post a video of the problem-solver, and its simply a $12.99 face mask bracket that creates space between the users' mouth and the mask. For $12.99 buyers will receive five of these brackets, and from the above video you can see that they are worthwhile.
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