Still fresh, damnit!
- Oct 6, 2008
- Somewhere off the coast of the EU
True, but the good masks that don't slip you shouldn't be buying right now. I guess it's okay if you already had one, but why would you have done that before this started? You should not buy them so there are more for the medics who actually need them.You're wrong, each time your hands want to go to your face, you remember that you have to be careful.
Good masks, like the ones that should have been ready for the medics since January, don't slip.
It was a bit tricky yesterday because when I was out taking my exercise, I kept needing to brush my face to swat flies that were trying to feed on me. That was mainly my forehead and cheeks though, which shouldn't be as bad as my nose and eyes, but it did play on my mind especially after I'd opened some gates and used my hands for things.