The rapid spread of coronavirus has caused people to start wearing surgical masks when they're out in public. Although this may help stop the spread of COVID-19, Governors and health officials say NOT to wear surgical masks in public because nurses, doctors, hospital workers and other essential workers are in desperate need of them. We've been hearing different opinions from the CDC on whether or not to wear masks in public, but I know a lot of people want to. So here's a way to still wear one in public, but leave the surgical ones for the people who are fighting coronavirus on the frontlines.

I know you're thinking, "I can't make a mask, I've never sewn anything in my life!" Well, No worries, this blog on Japanese Creations shows how to make one and there's no sewing required. Check out the YouTube video below and find out how to make the mask.

If videos aren't your thing, there are step by step instructions, here. Now, we can wear masks out in public, but not take ones that are for the people who are fighting coronavirus on the frontlines.

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