New York Yankees face mask, These new MLB Gameday face masks are the perfect accessory for baseball fans, Where to get them
Major League Baseball is back and it’s been an exciting week for the players and fans. With fans having their favorite sport back on television even if they are unable to attend the games, you can always represent your favorite team.
MLB players are wearing these awesome MLB Gameday Collection face coverings and scarves, you can find some images below and more information about these MLB face covers and scarves here.
These New York Yankees Gameday Gaiter Scarves will keep your neck covered with lightweight, breathable material that will help you represent your favorite player whenever you put it on.
While the coverings allow for breathability, they are for personal use only and are not intended for a medical purpose.
Cover up while you represent your favorite team in this MLB Gameday Collection face coverings!MLB Face Masks
People wearing face masks wait in line to shop for groceries Saturday in metro Phoenix. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey ordered residents of the state to stay at home through April 30 to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. (AP Photo/Matt York)
ARIZONA — Gov. Doug Ducey has issued a series of executive orders aimed at protecting Arizonans from the new coronavirus, which public health officials say is widespread across the state and sickened 151 more people from Tuesday to Wednesday, bringing the total to 2,726.
At least 80 people have died from COVID-19, as the illness caused by the virus is known. At least 15 of those deaths are linked to coronavirus infections in nursing homes in Maricopa County, and one of Ducey's new orders outlines steps all nursing homes and long-term care facilities in the state should take to separate residents who are infected from those who are not.
The governor's orders also require travelers from three states in the Northeast hit particularly hard by the coronavirus pandemic to self-quarantine for 14 days after arriving at an Arizona airport.
Travelers From 3 States Must Quarantine
To slow the coronavirus spread, Gov. Doug Ducey issued a series of executive orders, including placing restrictions on some travelers.
Maricopa County, the state's most populous county and home to Phoenix, the 10th largest metropolitan area in the country, is the epicenter of the Arizona outbreak with 37 deaths. On Wednesday, there were 1,556 confirmed coronavirus cases, up 62 from the day before. The county health department said 87 people living in nursing homes have contracted the illness, and 15 of them have died.New York Yankees Face Masks
Celebrities can’t stop wearing these face masks that don’t stick to your face
By now you probably have a plethora of fabric face masks to wear every day — whether it’s for running errands, traveling on a bus or plane or working out. Face masks are the new normal of 2020 and will most likely be a necessity through 2021, too.
While we’ve found some of the best fabric face masks online, there’s one that stands out from the rest — one that A-listers like Lucy Hale, Joe Jonas, Aston Kutcher, Madelaine Petsch, Olivia Wilde and more have been spotted wearing. Peep Lucy Hale below wearing said face mask earlier this year.
If you’re ready to ditch disposable face masks for good to start wearing reusable ones that are washer-friendly, Rothy’s fabric face mask is a best seller that’s proven not to stick to your face. The proof? I’ve tested it out.
On the inside of the mask, you’ll find a nose piece that helps keeps the mask’s shape, which ultimately helps the mask rest on the tip of your nose, so that the rest of the fabric is not completely resting on your face. It sits close to your face but not too tight or in a way where you feel like you can’t breathe.
I recently wore the Rothy’s mask on a long flight, and it didn’t cause any irritation or discomfort. The only downside to this mask is that the ear loops are not adjustable. If you love the flexibility of tightening or loosening your mask, this one might not be for you. However, I can attest to its comfiness without the adjustable straps.
Fanatics is making masks instead of MLB jerseys to fight Coronavirus
With the Major League Baseball season suspended due to Covid-19, resources that would normally be reserved for making jerseys will instead go toward masks and gowns for healthcare workers.
Fanatics, the company that manufactures MLB jerseys for Nike, has temporarily converted its 360,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Easton, Pennsylvania, to create up to 1 million masks and gowns, per MLB.
According to Fanatics executive director Michael Rubin, the company has halted production of jerseys entirely, instead re-focusing a staff of 100 social-distanced employees on making masks and gowns from jersey materials. They will be donated to hospitals and emergency management personnel in Pennsylvania with plans to expand to the New York City region, which has become the epicenter of the outbreak.
MLB jerseys are made with polyester, which could retain germs for a longer period of time compared to cotton. But the jersey-made equipment could still help prevent the spread of Covid-19 by way of coughing, spitting or sneezing. Some form of prevention is better than none as healthcare workers are already struggling with a lack of resources amid the outbreak and are being told to reuse masks.Minnesota Twins Face Masks