Tess Demonstrates How To Make A Homemade Mask
Published April 9, 2020
It is important that we all do our part to stop the spread of coronavirus by staying inside. Public health experts say that if you HAVE to go outdoors, then you should wear a cloth covering on your face. Alliance for Aging Research Lindsay Clarke, Senior Vice President of Health Education, enlisted the help of her daughter, Tess, to make this video! Tess shows you how to make one of these masks at home.