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Alfredo del Mazo Maza, gobernador del Estado de México en un mensaje difundido por redes sociales invitó a la población del Estado de México a salir a la calle con cubrebocas y seguir tomando las medidas de higiene ante la pandemia de coronavirus, hasta el momento se han registrado 320 casos positivos de COVID-19. FOTO: CRISANTA ESPINOSA AGUILAR /CUARTOSCURO.COM

The coronavirus has put much of the world on pause due to the pandemic, as the spread of this disease is very high, even though its mortality rate is low.

People have had to implement new measures in their daily routine, from online classes, home office, disinfection processes when leaving and arriving home, among others, especially the use of mouth covers, which in the face of the crisis has become an essential element, even more than the phone, even adapting to fashion.

According to various media, various renowned designers and brands, such as Balenciaga, Fendi, Louis Vuitton and creators such as Jean Paul Gaulti, have shared masks with original, colorful designs and following some fashion trends.

Some celebrities, such as Billie Eilish, have also posed with mouth covers with designs beyond the blue or white color of clinical cloth. The new normal has caused various aspects of life to change completely and extend for months, until there is a vaccine and the confinement is over.

The idea of creating mouthguards with unique designs is simply to invite people to respect health standards and protect themselves without excuses, if you want to keep your style, but protect yourself from contagion with various options.

Agatha Ruiz de la Prada will also launch a line with different models, this trend seeks something positive in the face of the pandemic and gives a feeling of normality.

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