The CDC now recommends that all people in the U.S. wear cloth masks when they go out to public places like the grocery store or pharmacy.
This may come as a shock to some people, but the global pandemic has not suddenly transformed us all into tailors or seamstresses. For many of us, home economics class was the only time we touched a sewing machine, and that may have been a long time ago. For younger folks, home ec may not have even been a class offered, so unless you had someone personally teach you to sew, you're out of luck trying to sew your own cloth masks.
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