Kids Urban Blue Face Mask with Filter Pocket

Slip on a Care Cover Protective Mask to protect your kids and your community while spending time in public settings.
Manufacturer: Care Cover
SKU: 0702669487153
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Kids Care Cover Protective Mask to protect the kiddos and your community while spending time in public settings. With adjustable elastic straps and kid-friendly sizing, it’s easy to slip on a Care Cover Protective Mask when your child leaves home. Our durable cotton-lined masks are made with two layers of fabric, and feature adjustable elastic straps for the perfect fit. This colorful face mask can be worn alone, as a fun cover for their medical grade mask, or you can insert additional filters using the built-in pocket for even better protection. Available in 12 fun styles, Care Cover Protective Masks are the simple way to keep your child safe, healthy, and happy!


  • Kid-friendly sizing safely covers nose and mouth
  • Durable cotton lining - 2 layers of fabric!
  • Adjustable elastic straps for the perfect fit
  • Built-in pocket to insert additional filters
  • One size fits most kids ages 3+
  • Machine washable
  • Designed to use with or without a PM2.5 Carbon filter (sold separately)

How often should you wash your face mask to avoid spreading the virus? According to Dr. William Schaffner, medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases in Bethesda, there are no strict guidelines for how often you should wash your face mask. However, if you wear it regularly to the grocery store or pharmacy, then experts recommend washing your face mask once a week. "A weekly wash should be fine if it's not soiled.

The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders," the CDC's website states, but wearing a cloth face covering while in public and washing it regularly can help protect you from catching or spreading germs.

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