Now, more and more people are making their own masks to wear out in public because of COVID-19. But how do you make a mask if you can't sew, don't have a sewing machine and don't have access to the supplies?
Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon Shawn Nasseri says the key to DYI masks is layers and fit. You need at least two layers, three is even better. The different layers help block airborne particles, and the type of material you use makes a difference.
Please follow steps on tiktok to build your own mask at home.