The mask calculator is a tool that helps you decide whether or not you need to wear a mask. It’s designed for people who work in healthcare and emergency services but is also useful for anyone else who might encounter covid-19.

Why is wearing a mask important?

Wearing a mask is important to help protect yourself from catching covid-19 and other diseases. It also helps you from catching other people’s germs, bacteria, and viruses.

By wearing a mask when you are around others who are sick with the coronavirus, it can help keep your family members healthy as well!

Wearing a mask will also protect you from getting sick during flu season. The best way to prevent getting sick is by washing your hands often with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer (be sure that it has at least 60% alcohol). You should always wash your hands after using the bathroom; shaking hands; shopping or touching food; before eating; after coughing or sneezing without covering your mouth/nose with a tissue; after blowing your nose or handling tissues that may have been used by someone else who was sick recently

How does the mask calculator work?

The mask calculator works by using the CDC’s recommended guidelines for a mask to protect against coronavirus. It takes into account the efficiency of the mask, your breathing rate, your height, and your weight. It will then determine if you are at risk of getting infected while wearing the mask.

The CDC recommends that people wear an N95 respirator when they are in an outbreak area or at high risk of exposure to coronavirus (like healthcare workers).

How to wear a mask safely?

To reduce your risk of getting a coronavirus infection, as well as other viruses and bacteria, follow these simple guidelines:

  • Always wear a mask when you’re in public. This includes grocery stores, malls and other places where crowds of people gather. If you’re not sure if what you’re doing counts as being in public, it’s best not to take any chances!
  • Wear masks at home too—especially when sick or if someone else in your family has been diagnosed with a coronavirus infection (or another serious illness). Remember that coronaviruses can live on surfaces like doorknobs and tabletops for days or weeks after being touched by an infected person!
  • Masks should be worn when visiting hospitals or clinics that treat patients with serious illnesses such as respiratory infections caused by the coronavirus virus—even if these patients don’t have symptoms yet!

Are masks controversial?

Some people do not like to wear masks. They may feel that it is uncomfortable, or that it is inconvenient. The mask could be too hot, too restrictive, or unsightly.

These are all valid concerns and for many people, wearing a mask will probably be a problem. But with the coronavirus spreading rapidly around the world we need everyone who can help to do so—whether they’re wearing a mask or not!


Can I wear masks with exhalations valves during COVID-19?

Masks with vents or exhalation valves are not advised because they allow the unfiltered breath to escape the mask.

Can COVID-19 be transmitted through food?

There is currently no evidence that people can catch COVID-19 from food. The virus that causes COVID-19 can be killed at temperatures similar to that of other known viruses and bacteria found in food.

Who are at higher risk of developing serious illness from COVID-19?

Older people and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are more likely to develop serious illnesses.