Disney fans looking for a mask can now choose from some of their favorite characters, according tomedia CNET. The company debuted a cloth mask Thursday featuring Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and Disney classics.
Disney will also give 1 million masks to children and families in “underserved and vulnerable communities” across the country, the company said on its website. Disney says it will make up to $1 million in profits from the sale of masks, which will go to Medshare, a non-profit organization that recycles and distributes medical supplies to areas where they are needed.
The mask can now be pre-ordered and is expected to ship in June. A four-pack of masks costs $19.99. The masks are available in small, medium and large sizes, and Disney says they comply with FDA regulations on non-medical masks.
As U.S. states prepare to reopen, masks or other facial coverings will become a requirement in some areas to help prevent the spread of the new coronavirus. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also recommends wearing masks in public places such as supermarkets.