Steve Martin shared the hilarious way he faced the COVID-19 epidemic as a celebrity wearing a mask.
As coronoviruses continue to infect people worldwide, health experts believe that the general public should routinely wash their hands, practice physical disturbances, and wear masks around others whenever possible. Must do things.
Comedian and “Saturday Night Live” alum Steve Martin resorted to Twitter on Saturday to delve into the often disturbing reality of wearing masks to prevent the spread of a potentially deadly virus. The actor of “Pink Panther” joked that he found a solution to one of the biggest problems of a Hollywood mask wearer – not being recognized by the public right away.
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“Always wear a mask when I go out,” He tweeted. “But something was leaving me worried and restless about it. I thought about the problem, addressed it, and here is the solution. ”
The actor shared the caption with his picture with a blue surgical-style mask, black sunglasses and a large insignia fixed on the top of his head, which reads “Steve Martin” with a large blue arrow on his face By pointing, it ensures that the world knows who they are who walk on the street.
The CDC recommends that everyone over the age of 2 wear masks in public settings as it has been shown to dramatically reduce the rate of infection with COVID-19. It notes that people who are not experiencing symptoms can still carry coronovirus and infect others around them.
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Dean Blumberg, head of pediatric infectious diseases at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, previously told Fox News in July that wearing a mask could reduce a person’s risk of infection by about 65 percent.
“We’ve learned more because of research and additional scientific evidence and now we know [that] Not only does wearing a mask prevent a person from communicating to others by wearing a mask, but wearing a mask protects the person who is wearing it, ”she explained.
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As of Thursday morning, the novel coronavirus has infected more than 27,891,274 people in 188 countries and territories, resulting in at least 904,103 deaths. In the US, all 50 states and the District of Columbia have confirmed COVID-19, with more than 6,362,440 illnesses and at least 190,873 deaths.