The spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused global concern, with many people looking for ways to stay healthy,media reported. On social media, a discussion of beards and masks suddenly emerged. Why would anyone care if their Van Dyke beard is compatible with a gas mask? This is not a fashion issue but a functional issue.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has provided an impressive chart of how people can trim beards, moustaches or other facial hair in a variety of ways to keep their faces sealed when wearing masks. Although the chart was released as early as 2017, it has recently resurfaced due to a new corona outbreak.
With the emergence of coronavirus, because one of its main routes of transmission is droplets, so masks are more and more attention. However, the wearing of masks makes the use of some electronic devices difficult. To do this, a designer from San Francisco has designed a mask that can print a face that is partially obscured by a mask, so that faceID can still be used properly after wearing it.
More than 80,000 people have been infected and more than 2,700 have died since the disease was first reported to the World Health Organization.