Face Masks or Cloth Face Covering

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Which face covering should you wear? coronavirus.wa.gov Spread the Facts Wear a non-medical face covering when in public spaces Save medical masks for healthcare workers and others in high-risk settings N-95 respirators Face coverings include: Medical masks include: Cloth face masks Scarves Bandanas Surgical masks They may also be labeled as isolation, dental, or medical procedure masks. Infographic developed by King County, and used with their permission.
Which face covering should I wear? pdf

How well does my cloth face mask protect me from COVID-19?

In general, we wear cloth face masks because they protect other people from getting COVID-19 from us, in case we have it and don’t know. Cloth face masks work best if they have several layers of woven fabric, we have clean hands, and we stay at least six feet away from other people.

Cloth Face Coverings

Join the Washington Mask Challenge

Make, wear and donate cloth masks
The Lt. Governor’s office has partnered with the United Ways of the Pacific Northwest and Serve Washington to organize a statewide homemade mask-making initiative to encourage the general public to make, wear, and donate cloth masks.

Best practices on face masks or cloth face coverings

How to make a face mask

Have one to donate?

Interested in donating PPE? Here's information on how you can help