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The Hennie Alberts Vet shared a beneficial post about how to properly wear a mask during the coronavirus pandemic; it will make you laugh out loud!

 

Brackenhurst, Johannesburg (12 May 2020) – An adorable picture has been floating around the internet, causing many smiles and serving as a great lesson in how to wear a mask. The Hennie Alberts Vet in the South of Johannesburg recently shared the picture and people loved it.

Many South Africans have been spotted wearing their masks incorrectly. It is essential to wear your mask correctly, otherwise, it defeats the purpose.

While we are facing life having to live by many new rules, there are also rules for wearing a mask.

Rules of wearing a mask:

  1. Do not touch your face.
  2. Don’t fiddle with your mask.
  3. Wash your hands before and after removing your mask.
  4. Remove your mask by the straps.
  5. Do not share your mask.
  6. Wash your mask with soap and water, let it dry in the sun and iron it afterwards.

Lastly, in case you didn’t know, there is a wrong way and a right way to wear one. The good boy below shows the humans how to get it right!


Sources: Facebook
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