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Coronavirus: Here are 4 ways to make your own facemask

Fask mask use is now widespread - but with supply low, how can you make one yourself? Image: REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Anand Katakam

Graphics Editor, Thomson Reuters

Michael Ovaska

Graphics News Editor, Reuters

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Surgical masks top the list. Image: Reuters Graphics
coronavirus fears epidemic pandemic disease infection contamination sanitation spread virus health care
While homemade masks perform lower than medical equipment, they are better than nothing. Image: Reuters Graphics
coronavirus fears epidemic pandemic disease infection contamination sanitation spread virus health care
The bandana mask. Image: Reuters Graphics
coronavirus fears epidemic pandemic disease infection contamination sanitation spread virus health care
How to make the bandana mask. Image: Reuters Graphics
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The t-shirt mask. Image: Reuters Graphics
coronavirus fears epidemic pandemic disease infection contamination sanitation spread virus health care
How to make the t-shirt mask. Image: Reuters Graphics
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The shield mask. Image: Reuters Graphics
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How to make the shield mask. Image: Reuters Graphics
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The sewn inset. Image: Reuters Graphics
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How to make the sewn inset mask. Image: Reuters Graphics
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