Why Wearing Masks is Very Important During COVID-19

Introduction Wearing masks and following other guidelines during this pandemic is very important because it helps to reduce the spread of germs to other people who are near you. Wearing a mask was required when COVID-19 started for everyone’s safety, but not everyone has been following this guideline, which increased the spread of this virus even […]

We Need Masks To Move Forward As A Nation

As we enter a new, challenging phase of the pandemic and consider the next step in reopening our country, many are asking what can be done to ensure safety and the ability to move forward sustainably. Many are calling on leaders at the local, state, and federal level, to make the right decisions so that […]

The Undervalued Importance Of Wearing A Mask

Introduction On March 11, 2020, COVID-19 had reached around the world and had been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. Two days later, the United States declared a state of emergency, and schools were shut down across the nation in the name of safety. This was the official start of quarantine, which was […]

The Problem With The Solution: Many Americans Still Refuse To Wear Masks

It’s been over four months since the COVID-19 outbreak began in the United States. The country practically shut down, forcing most of its residents to shut down with it. However, instead of seeing the benefits of all the sacrifices they made during the spring months of 2020, Americans are seeing a completely different story this […]

Everyone Needs To Wear A Mask To Protect Each Other From COVID-19

The pandemic that took over the world COVID-19 has taken the entire world by storm. The year 2020, which was filled with promise and hope for many as we entered a new decade, has turned to be something out of a horror movie. COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, is an illness caused by a […]

Keep The Masks On: The Pandemic Is Far From Over

Where We Are Now It’s officially summertime. Beach posts are back on Instagram. Friends are hanging out in person again, sometimes even hugging. Yet, you’ve seen the numbers. As of June 28, the U.S. has surpassed 2.5 million COVID-19 cases. Despite making up less than five percent of the world’s population, the U.S. currently accounts […]