More Mass residents have died from COVID-19 than all the Mass soldiers killed in WWII, but let’s “get back to normal,” right?
Act today to prevent a coronavirus explosion
Always keep masks on in public… even when you think no one else is around
I don’t care what your politics are, covering your face when outside your home is the easiest way to help protect your fellow Americans and Americans-to-be from the spread of a deadly virus—which is unthinking, and therefore doesn’t care whether it infects people who believe it is dangerous or not.
A Visual Guide with Photos (for the Thickheaded or Sociopathic)
Lessons to prepare, grieve, console, help, learn, teach, and unite
Your friend who was talking a little too fast or that jogger panting "excuse me" on the bike path might be the asymptomatic carrier you've been trying to avoid. Unfortunately, it's next to impossible for Boston area residents to buy proper surgical masks locally. And businesses where you would expect to be able to find cloth masks either aren't selling them to the general public—or aren't making them at all.
Authentic Italian mask making, with a touch of yellow