The Centers for Disease Control recommends wearing cloth face coverings when out in public to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
The CDC has several examples on how to make a cloth face covering at home. They include directions for people who can sew and others who may not be able to.
Some of the more creative ways to make a face covering include cutting the bottom of an old t-shirt for a makeshift face covering.
It could be as simple as using a bandana, but the CDC also suggests placing a piece of a coffee filter inside and using hairbands to help secure it to your face.
The CDC says cloth face coverings should—