Since May 6, all Massachusetts residents have been required to wear a face covering in public where social distancing is not possible in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Companies nationwide have reacted to the high demand in the product. You can get all kinds of face masks from companies online, anything from patriotic-themed to New England sports-themed.
But if you’re in the market for a children’s mask, Uncommon Goods is selling a set of two rainbow-themed coverings for $25. All profits made from the masks will go towards a good cause.
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Here is the story behind the masks from the company’s website:
After every storm comes a rainbow. But look around, and this time you’ll see them long before it’s over. Kids around the world are painting rainbows to spread cheer—and twelve of them created the ones on these masks. Each has a little label with a big, positive message, like “lift others up,” and “keep smiling.” Elastic loops attached to the two layers of tightly-woven cotton give a secure fit. The set of two lets you wear one and wash one. Uncommon Goods is donating 100% of profits to NYC Health + Hospitals.