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The coronavirus also known as COVID-19 spreads mainly through respiratory droplets from person to person that can land in or near the mouths or noses of people who are near you or they may even breathe in these droplets.

Masks are an easy shield to keep other people from contacting the respiratory droplets. Research indicates that masks minimize droplet spray when used to cover the mouth and nose.

Masks are an easy shield to keep
     other people from contacting
           the respiratory droplets.
             Research indicates that
                masks minimize droplet
                  spray when used to cover
                  the mouth and nose.

Health experts say the usefulness of masks is confirmed by a range of evidence to prevent COVID-19 spread. The laboratory studies of air droplets and the ability of diverse masks to block them are one type of evidence. A high-speed video experiment found that a simple sentence produced hundreds of droplets ranging from 20 to 500 meters but that almost all of these droplets are blocked when the mouth is covered with a damp cloth.
CDC suggests that all school operation considerations provide guidance on behaviors that prevent the spread of COVID-19. When regularly and properly used, masks can also help decrease the transmission of COVID-19 along with other relevant prevention measures. The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends masks for most students especially if they are not more than 6 feet apart. The exceptions are children under 2 or people with respiratory difficulties or those with no assistance in removing the mask.
In addition to other prevention steps, including regular washing of hands and social distancing from each other, face masks help to minimize the spread of the virus.