My Top 5 Reason Why #Mask Up in my #ForceforHealthTip of the Week

#MyForceforHealthTip of the Week is to wear a mask!

Masks protect other people.

You may not realize you are contagious.

Masks can protect you, and others at the same time.

Masks may help the economy recover

There are few alternatives.

For more great tips, check out this article – https://www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info-2020/reasons-for-masks.html

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