As the coronavirus spread around the world, a global shortage of masks and other personal protective equipment emerged. The unprecedented demand for medical and test materials has made it difficult and lengthy for countries to obtain essential equipment.
People who can't get to the masks for a variety of reasons that also include prices make their own face masks out of recyclable and biodegradable waste like banana leaves, cloth, plastic bottles, used bra cups, cob shells, among others.
These are some of the images of people around the world who have done their best to protect themselves against Covid-19.
Furthermore, face mask has become a symbol of the coronavirus era, with people around the world putting pieces of cloth over their noses and mouths to protect themselves and others from the virus. Not satisfied with the pale blue basic disposable mask, many Muscovites are taking their own spin on the ubiquitous protective garment.
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