These Printed Masks Aim to Make Mask-Wearing Less Confusing for Kids

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Many state governments are continuing to enforce people over the age of 2 wear masks in public to help protect themselves against COVID-19. But any parent knows that explaining the importance of masks to a young child may be tricky and, at times, hard to do. Enter MaskClub, the first subscription-based online face mask company that wants to help make these uncertain times a little less scary for kids.

Masks are no longer just for play, they’re an important part of keeping the entire family safe. To help kids get more comfortable with them MaskClub is partnering with over 800 licensed brands to make masks with prints from NASA, Betty Boop, Popeye, Care Bear and more. The company is working to create 20,000 double-ply masks each day, all of which are sewn in America. Plus, at launch, the company will also be donating an initial 5,000 masks to the First Children’s Foundation, for…

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