Living with face masks: How to stow them, reuse disposables and more
Face masks are becoming a part of everyday life. They're now required in public indoor spaces and on transit in many cities in Canada and the entire provinces of Quebec and Nova Scotia. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press)
Now that wearing a mask to the mall, to the hairdresser and to school will be a regular occurrence for the next two years or more, a lot of questions have arisen about how it will fit into our busy lives.
Masks have recently become mandatory indoors in many cities across Canada and in the entire provinces of Quebec and Nova Scotia. The Public Health Agency of Canada is also recommending masks in schools for children over age 10, something that some provinces have already mandated.
We've also previously answered questions about:
The best materials.
Whether to use a filter.
How to sneeze or cough with a mask
How to stop your glasses from fogging up while wearing one.
Whether to wear goggles or face shields with your mask.
That said, now that we're out and about while wearing masks a lot more than before, here are the answers to some more questions you might have.