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“So [DMV] actually took two pictures,” said Pilgrim. “One person wore my mask and one did not wear my mask and then somehow it got lost in their process and they submitted the masked photo.” In an emailed statement to CNN, DMV California said the masked photo was a mistake. “Customers are asked to remove their face veil when taking pictures,” said DMV. “In this case, there was surveillance. The customer should have been asked to lower the mask to take a photo.” The agency said it is investigating how this could have happened and that the ID is still valid despite not removing the mask for the photo. “The DMV has reached out to the Retro Strong Woman Face Mask Frontline Warrior LPN Vintage 2021 Shirt client and made an appointment to take a new photo.”
Although a new identity document is coming, she said she intends to keep identification with a mask photo to remember her life during the pandemic. “It’s definitely a sign of the times,” she said. “It would be the perfect souvenir for me to look back on.” It has been almost a year since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, prompting the United States to execute a large-scale closing and masking order. While businesses are reopening, masks are still here to survive for the Retro Strong Woman Face Mask Frontline Warrior LPN Vintage 2021 Shirt foreseeable future. Masks are not only about keeping others safe but can also help keep you healthy.
The CDC recommends wearing one respirator with multiple layers or two masks – one disposable mask under a well-fitted fabric mask – and keeping a distance of at least six feet from others, not in your home, to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses, such as the flu. A recent study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine found that slightly modifying the ear mask to better fit the face can make it up to 20% more effective. The better the fit, the better the filter.