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originally posted by: Bhadhidar
Since most people don’t really need the fine dexterity provided by a glove, I suggest that we use regular plastic sandwich-type bags as “protective mittens”.
They are relatively cheap. They are disposable. They are available. They are waterproof.
And best of all, their use does not compete with the limited supplies of rubber gloves.
The quart size easily fits my large hands.
You can even secure them to your wrists using rubber bands.
The big mistake in the U.S. and Europe,
in my opinion, is that people aren’t wearing
masks. This virus is transmitted by droplets
and close contact. Droplets play a very
important role—you’ve got to wear a mask,
because when you speak, there are always
droplets coming out of your mouth.