In early April the CDC confirmed that individuals can transmit the virus to others before showing symptoms. This means the virus can spread between people interacting in close proximity through speaking, coughing or sneezing even if either individual is not exhibiting symptoms. Because of this the CDC recommends covering your face in public settings like grocery stores or other essential businesses. But how do you protect your children?
Most face masks are made in one size for adults. You can make your own masks for kids but you’ll have to wash them after every use. An easier option is to adjust disposable face masks to fit children. The video below shows an easy to follow method to do just that.