Making Masks – Latest WHO Guideline

By Rakesh Ahuja

Some who follow my writings on the Coronavirus Pandemic have received contradictory advice re masks, particularly the best way to self-make them. N95 has come in for particular criticism. Meanwhile, Indian Government ads concerning masks stress the need for manufacturing them locally, and recommend that if none is available, even a cloth covering of any kind will do. Of course, any face covering is better than nothing, but if a person can not afford a mask, there are several possibilities of how masks can be made at home. The WHO has now issued concise and common-sensical advice on mask making. It is attached.

Self-Making Masks - WHO Advice