Cover your face with a brand new face mask from Dick’s Drive-In.
The iconic burger joint has launched face masks that feature cartoon images of hand-cut french fries, hand-dipped milkshakes, and of course, hamburgers.
Those looking to get their hands on a mask can do so online for $10, or at a drive-in near you soon.
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Seattle and King County Health Officer Dr. Jeff Duchin along with King County Executive Dow Constantine and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan urge Seattleites to use face coverings over their nose and mouth at all indoor or confined outdoor public settings.
Masks are encouraged in grocery stores, restaurants and retail, indoor workplaces, buses, rideshares, and taxis. Face coverings need not be worn outside unless physical distancing cannot be practiced, such as at farmers’ markets.
“We must ask people to take the steps, informed by public health, to once again change everyday life in service of the health of all. By doing this one thing – wearing a face covering in public settings – we can do more to protect our most vulnerable, and increase the odds that the limited resumption of activities will be successful,” said Constantine in a media release.