Swiss researchers have developed a clear face mask designed to make the interaction between healthcare workers and their patients more personal.
The mask may enter the market as early as 2021 and will be sold to the medical community first, with the possibility of eventually being available to the general public.
As the coronavirus disease has resulted in millions adapting to covering their faces in public, communicating with others has also become more difficult, especially for those in the deaf community.
A clear face mask would make it easier to both cover your face and connect with people.
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Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions have adapted to wearing masks in public, communicating with people by using only half of our faces.
But researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) have developed a transparent mask that could allow people to cover their faces to help in curbing the spread of the disease and also make it easier to connect with others.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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