Masks Protect Others The main way coronavirus spreads is via droplets produced by those who are suffering from a cough, continuously sneezing or visibly ill. These droplets are hard to detect and will land on any surfaces in their way. When we touch these surfaces, we carry the droplets on our hands and if we don't sanitise quickly after contact, we are at risk of catching the virus. This is why masks are such a benefit, they prevent the spread of germ infested droplets whilst protecting ourselves and others at the same time. It was also discovered that droplets traveled more than 8 feet, so the use of a face masks prevents this from happening in public spaces. You May Not Realise That You're Contagious It's a known fact that the virus can be transmitted by people before they start showing symptoms, and some never even show these symptoms. So wearing a mask whether or not you may have 'symptoms' is irrelevant as no one really knows if they're carrying it or not. A mask regardless will keep yourself and others safe, this virus is unpredictable so wearing a face covering is the safest thing you can do for yourself and others. It's The Best Option With No Vaccine Hand washing, social distance and mask wearing are the three things we can all do that keeps ourselves, families and others safe from COVID. Especially when there is no vaccine, there has to be alternative ways to keep safe and masks are 100% one of these practises we need to keep up in our every day lives.