Old Navy announced plans to sell its own face masks and coverings amid the coronavirus pandemic, offering customers another option to stay safe.
Old Navy’s website reveals the face masks are available for preorder for adults and children.
The company will use leftover material from the brand’s clothes. According to the company, this means the masks are sustainable.
People can buy the masks in packs of five for $12.50. Current patterns include checkered, plaid and nautical designs.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends anyone who is older than 2 years old wear face masks when they’re in public.
Old Navy is just one brand to make face masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, Banana Republic released masks that sold out online almost immediately.
“So it’s probably best to jump at this new opportunity right away if you’re still in need of a face covering,” according to People magazine.
Disney released a bunch of new face masks and coverings for people trying to maintain social distancing, as I wrote about for the Deseret News. The face masks — which were announced on April 30 — include designs based off characters from Disney, Pixar, Marvel and “Star Wars” properties.
Masks include Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Baby Yoda, R2-D2, The Hulk, the Avengers and Sporky from “Toy Story 4.”