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Office of the Governor of California
Going out to eat with members of your household this weekend? Don't forget to keep your mask on in between bites. Do your part to keep those around you healthy.
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Martin Dennison Oct 3
Replying to @CAgovernor
Increasing the number of times you touch your face, constantly removing mask each time you take a bite? Any calculations done on how many “bites” each individual takes in a meal and therefore how many hand-to-face contacts that will mean? Presume that has been risk-assessed?
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Martin Dennison Oct 3
Replying to @CAgovernor
CDC guidance... touch the mask as little as possible and wash hands as soon as you remove it... so each bite of food, you have to get up and wash hands, but that means putting the mask back on to go wash hands... let’s stick with not touching our masks while food is at the table!
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🤦🏻‍♀️ Oct 3
Replying to @CAgovernor
This...This contradicts your own graphic. Is it minimize the amount of times you touch your mask? Or mask up in between every bite? (Asking for a friend because I’m not eating at restaurants.)
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President-Elect Paul Oct 6
Do both. Eat your meal with the biggest bites possible. Ideally order thin soups that can be eaten with the mask in place.
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Alan Riffel Oct 3
Replying to @CAgovernor
Put mask back on between bites? Is that a typo?
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Sky Treker Oct 7
Replying to @riffellaw @CAgovernor
No typo Alan. If they could mandate to have it surgically attached they would.
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Cowdawgs Oct 4
Replying to @CAgovernor
This is exactly why sane people don't take you seriously. Who thought of ''minimize touching your mask" and "Off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on, off, on in the same graphic? Science.
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Samantha Oct 13
Lol 😂
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Karen McCutchen Oct 7
I'm sorry for you, honestly!
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