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Face Shield as Fashion Accessory : Yes or No?

Face mask has become the new normal due to coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic, how about face shield?. It’s understandably that Covid-19 virus is going to have a longterm effect, it’ll change the way we engage our daily activities, unfortunately, face shield is still considered as unwanted necessity. We need to realize that until a working vaccine […]



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