😷 Do you wash your #masks regularly? Masks that are worn repeatedly and for prolonged periods need to be washed often as they contain microbes from our skin and respiratory droplets, according to a study.
Young penguins' dead bodies wash up on Victorian beaches after the state experienced a weekend of wild weather
Donegal locals shocked as three whales wash up on Dunfanaghy beach
FACT: #COVID19 is NOT airborne. The #coronavirus is mainly transmitted through droplets generated when an infected person coughs, sneezes or speaks. To protect yourself: -keep 1m distance from others -disinfect surfaces frequently -wash/rub your 👐 -avoid touching your 👀👃👄
Protect yourself and your community from coronavirus with common sense precautions: wash your hands, stay home when sick and listen to the @CDCgov and local health authorities. Save the masks for health care workers. Let’s stay calm, listen to the experts, and follow the science.
Wear a mask. The pandemic isn't over. Wash your hands often. The pandemic isn't over. Be smart. The pandemic isn't over.
Sandra the orangutang started washing her hands because she saw all the zookeepers doing it repeatedly during the COVID-19 crisis. Wash your hands. Be more like Sandra.🌎❤️🧼🌎