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The Social Outfit has received more orders after it became mandatory to wear masks in Sydney this month.
‘My personal opinion on masks? I don’t believe they work,' Love Crepe owner Nick Kondilis said.
The state leader of Victoria was asked to explain why intimate partners don’t have to wear masks during stage four lockdown visits.
Creator Rian Difuntorum credits Mel as the “sweetest person” who came up with the idea that she sell these masks.
Public loos could fling virus-laden droplets up into the air, studies suggest – and that includes urinals.
Experts fear the condition could increase the chance of getting tooth decay or gum disease.
Like them or loathe them, face masks announce our identity and what we believe in to the world.
"I wanted to share that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people come in all different shades," said Yarli Creative's Madison Connors.
The skin breakouts caused by your coronavirus mask are different from typical acne. Here's how to deal with them.
An airline spokesperson said the plane returned to the gate in Detroit after departure as the customers were "non-compliant with crew instructions."
Paper towels, coffee filters, cloth and other materials can be used for homemade coronavirus face masks during the pandemic. But which are most effective?
Wear a mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
These DIY videos will help you easily make masks (and yes, there are no-sew options too).
As face coverings become mandatory in Melbourne, here's all you need to know about buying, wearing and washing them to beat Covid-19.
A woman seen wearing the mask insisted that she is "not a Nazi" and that she was making a political statement.
A US grocery store recently said shoppers are provided masks, but if they refuse to wear it, they still "let them shop".
The state recorded the third-highest daily rise in coronavirus cases.
The president was seen without a face covering at a fundraiser on Monday evening.
"We're going to be wearing masks in Victoria and potentially in other parts of the country for a very long time," Premier Daniel Andrews said.