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CNA Skills: Applying and removing masks

Wash your hands. Pick up the mask by the top strings or the elastic strap. Do not touch the mask where it touches your face. Position the mask over your nose. Your nose and mouse must be covered. Place the upper strings over the top of your ears. Tie the strings in the back toward the top of your head.

Putting on mask

Putting on mask

 

Tie_the lower strings at the back of your neck. Make sure the lower part of the mask is under your chin. If you wear glasses, the mask should fit snugly over your nose and under the bottom edge of the glasses. Mold the metal strip over the bridge of your nose. Avoid coughing, sneezing, and unnecessary talking while wearing the mask.
Use a new mask for each resident contact, when mask is required.

Removing mask: Wash your hands before untying mask. Discard mask by holding strings (avoid touching the mask). Discard the mask in regular trash. Wash your hand.

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