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CDC changes guidance, now says people should wear face coverings when outside


The Centers for Disease Control is now recommending that people wear non-medical face coverings when they go out in public. Medical experts say N95 and surgical masks should be left to health care workers, but for general use, a bandana or homemade mask can help prevent the spread of the virus. President Trump, however, says he will not wear such a protective covering.