Wearing a Mask

Please consider wearing a mask when you shop

"Masks are a helpful addition in the fight against COVID-19 if used correctly. NSW Health strongly encourages people to wear them when unable to physically distance, particularly in indoor settings, to keep everyone safe.

NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant said masks are recommended particularly in indoor settings such as on public transport, and in places where people congregate, such as entertainment venues and services at places of worship.

“By wearing a mask, you are protecting other people. If you are unknowingly infected, wearing a mask will reduce the chance that you pass the virus on to others,” Dr Chant said. “Physical distancing is still one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself,” said Dr Chant. “Try to avoid crowds, but where physical distance cannot be maintained, wearing a mask is an important protective measure for other people, along with good hand hygiene. Always stay home if you are sick, and get tested early.”

When wearing a face mask, it is important to use it properly by:

  • washing or sanitising your hands before putting it on or taking it off
  • ensuring the mask covers your nose and mouth and fits snugly under your chin, over the bridge of your nose and against the sides of your face
  • refraining from touching the front of your mask while wearing or removing it
  • not allowing the mask to hang around your neck or under your nose
  • not reusing single-use masks; wash and dry reusable masks after use and store in a clean, dry place.

Masks should not be worn by young children or anyone who has trouble breathing or who is unable to remove the mask themselves without assistance."

Source: NSW Health

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