In the UK it is now *compulsory* to wear a non-medical face covering when traveling on public transport, and it is recommended to wear them in other indoor settings where you can't always easily socially distance (such as shops) too.
These guidelines are in place primarily to protect people around you from droplets you might expel through breathing, talking, or coughing; even people without symptoms may still be at risk of spreading the virus. The masks don't have to be anything fancy and are not the same as medical-grade PPE —the primary functions are that they are breathable, cover your nose and mouth, and are tight enough that they don't leave loose space for droplets to escape.
Alongside all of their usual products such as homeware, clothing, art, and stationery, online retailer Redbubble now sells reusable fabric face coverings in thousands of different designs from various independent artists. With so many to choose from, we decided to round up some of the best – whether you're looking to be bold or go for something understated.
All the masks are machine washable and made of two layers of brushed polyester, with an expected shipping date of 26th June with express delivery and 29th June - 1st July with standard.