It's time to swap out the oldies with fresh KN95s, Japanese workwear masks, and other anti-glasses-fog face pleasers.
South Korean police have charged a man for bullshit claims that a nose ring prevents COVID-19.
Days after a VICE World News report, the health department discouraged the use of the controversial CopperMask.
The “copper mask” being sold in the Philippines claims it can kill viruses and bacteria but its earlier version had a big hole.
“Gong Xi Fa Cai. I don’t have a boyfriend. I don’t have a girlfriend,” one Chinese New Year-themed face mask says.
The aircraft reached its final destination over two hours late, affecting the 124 passengers left on board.
A new study explains, at least partially, why some choose not to adhere to containment measures even with increasing numbers of cases and deaths.
Studded with real diamonds and gold, these new masks are designed to affirm wealth. Function is a second priority.
It works on nine languages and will be available by September.
The science around masks has always been divisive but when it comes to exercising, it might be more about etiquette over efficiency.
Let’s just say it was a sign from the universe reminding us to stay safe.
From rumours of a zombie apocalypse to bleach as a cure, here are some of the most ridiculous fake news to go viral amid the outbreak. It bears repeating: do not believe them.