Face mask in my home? ?
Should I consider keeping my face mask on when I'm at home? Would it be a good idea?
- Anonymous5 months ago
not if you're home. you only need to when you go out in public.
- jennLv 75 months ago
No you don’t have to unless you go somewhere
- 5 months ago
My roommate is a nurse and she told me not to do that because as you wear your mask outside, there'll be germs on it and you don't want to carry that into the house and have it exposed everywhere. Besides, for those who live in the same house, you guys see each other every day and interact closely, so it wouldn't be sufficient. But if you're stopping by someone's house for a short visit, you should keep it on.
- Brown OkayLv 45 months ago
Honey , yogurt and lemon (only if ur skin is oily add lemon)
Egg yolk with rose water
Avocado, and yogurt
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- LauraLv 75 months ago
Face masks are helpful in public, when you are around people that you don't know and don't see on a regular basis.
The people in your home you see on a regular basis. You do not need to wear a mask around them, unless one of them is at a higher risk for catching the virus. The point of wearing a mask is to protect the people you come into contact with.
I wouldn't suggest its a good idea, i hate the things myself.
The point of wearing them is so you don't infect others and so you don't breath in the virus... if you are home and none of your family members are infected - and you don't have visitors you're safe.
Wear a mask and have hand sterilizer for outside, thats all you need :) Use them both.
- 18 gibbs 20Lv 75 months ago
It can't hurt but if you live alone it's really not necessary. If you've live with family that interacts with people outside the home a lot, then it could help.
- οικοςLv 75 months ago
That depends. If you are out and about a lot and live with your grandparents or anyone else especially vulnerable, it would be a good idea. Otherwise, being home gives you a good opportunity to wash your mask(s).