Important NotesNew York, Pennsylvania and others states now require the general public to wear face masks outside of their homes. With healthcare professionals relying on face masks to care for sick patients, buy only what you need. And use them according to the advice of a trusted medical professional or official guidance from the World Health Organization.
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Best ways to protect yourself from coronavirusN95 masks in just one of the ways to protect yourself from respiratory diseases, including coronavirus (COVID-19). But it can't help you with itself. There are several recommendations on how to avoid COVID-19 infection:
- Wash your hands frequently. By washing your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based, hand-sanitizer can kill most of the viruses that may be on your hands.
- Maintain social distancing. Being too close to the infected person, you can breathe small liquid droplets with viruses. Face masks can protect you, but droplets can stay on your body for a while and infect when you back home.
- Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth. Viruses can live for several days on many surfaces, objects, and even products. By contacting them, you carry viruses to your hands.
- Don't contact anyone if you're infected. Stay at home, call an emergency. Don't spread the deceased.
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Which states require face masks in public?
|State / County / City||Requirements||More info|
|Birmingham, Alabama||Face masks or coverings required for ages 2+ in all public places.||More info|
|Alameda County, California||Face masks or coverings when in public spaces.||More info|
|Beverly Hills, California||Executive order requiring all people in New York to wear masks or face coverings in public.||More info|
|Burbank, California||Customers and employees to wear masks inside open businesses.||More info|
|Carson City, California||People within Chickasha city limits to wear cloth face masks when out for essential activities.||More info|
|Contra Costa County, California||Face masks or coverings when in public spaces.||More info|
|Imperial County, California||Must wear face masks when within 6 feet of another person or while outside your home.||More info|
|Inglewood, California||Must wear face masks when entering essential businesses.||More info|
|Long Beach, California||Residents must wear face masks that cover the mouth and nose when out in public.||More info|
|Los Angeles, California||Face masks in all grocery stores, pharmacies and on public transportation.||More info|
|Marin County, California||Face masks or coverings when in public spaces.||More info|
|Monterey County, California||Face coverings when in public at or transacting with any essential business, including public transportation.||More info|
|Orange County, California||Face coverings for employees of public-facing retailers, including grocery stores, gas stations and restaurants.||More info|
|Pasadena, California||Residents across the state must wear non-medical face masks when out in public for essential tasks.||More info|
|Riverside County, California||Residents face up to $1,000 fine for not wearing a face mask while in public.||More info|
|San Bernardino County, California||Residents face up to $1,000 fine for not wearing a face mask while in public.||More info|
|San Diego County, California||Face coverings for ages 2+ in public anywhere you come within 6 feet of other people.||More info|
|San Francisco, California||Residents ages 13+ must cover their faces in most public spaces.||More info|
|San Mateo, California||Face masks or coverings required when in public spaces.||More info|
|Santa Cruz County, California||Face coverings for people age 2 and up when in public.||More info|
|Sonoma County, California||People over the age of 2 to wear a cloth mask when outside of private residence.||More info|
|Milpitas, California||Face masks for people over the age of 6 when inside any essential business within the city of Milpitas.||More info|
|Colorado||Residents face up to $1,000 fine for not wearing a face mask while in public.||More info|
|Connecticut||Face masks when inside any essential business.||More info|
|Delaware||Face masks in public for people over the age of 12.||More info|
|Hawaii||Face masks required in most public places and while ordering from drive-thrus. Violators could face up to $5,000 fine or up to a year in prison.||More info|
|Illinois||Face coverings for people age 2+ in public and unable to maintain 6-foot distancing effective May 1st.||More info|
|St. Joseph County, Indiana||Face masks required in all businesses and enclosed public spaces from May 5 through July 4.||More info|
|Kentucky||Face masks while inside of businesses beginning May 11.||More info|
|Maine||Face masks for people age 2+ in all indoor and outdoor public spaces and while taking public transportation or rideshares from May 1 through May 31.||More info|
|Maryland||Face masks for people ages 9+ when inside any essential business.||More info|
|Massachusetts||Face masks or coverings for people ages 2+ when in public effective May 6.||More info|
|Michigan||Face coverings over nose and mouth when in public||More info|
|New Jersey||Must wear face mask when in public spaces and in essential businesses.||More info|
|New York||Must wear cloth face masks while on the premises of essential businesses, warehouses and construction sites.||More info|
|Ohio||Face coverings for employees, customers, clients and guests at businesses effective May 4.||More info|
|Altus, Oklahoma||Face masks when inside any essential business.||More info|
|Chickasha, Oklahoma||Face masks when inside any essential business.||More info|
|El Reno, Oklahoma||Face masks when inside any essential business.||More info|
|Guthrie, Oklahoma||Face masks in public places.||More info|
|Pennsylvania||Face masks in grocery stores, restaurants and any other essential business.||More info|
|Rhode Island||Face masks or coverings for employees at essential businesses.||More info|
|Bexar County, Texas||People over the age of 10 will have to wear a cloth mask in public spaces.||More info|
|El Paso County, Texas||Face covering over nose and mouth for any person age 2+ when outside home or residence.||More info|
|Harris County, Texas||Face covering over nose and mouth for any person age 10+ when out in public or with people who don't live with you.||More info|
|Laredo, Texas||Face masks in establishments serving or selling food and all essential businesses.||More info|
|Starr County, Texas||Face masks for employees of public-facing businesses.||More info|
|Salt Lake County, Utah||Face masks for employees of most businesses beginning May 1.||More info|
|Washington, DC||Masks or face coverings for employees, customers and visitors of hotels, retail food sellers, taxis, ridesharing companies or other private transportation providers.||More info|