Globe and Mail v. Globe and Mail
Masks should be worn by sick patients, and by health-care workers caring for sick patients. Healthy people wearing masks will do nothing to minimize the spread of coronavirus and will deprive others of much-needed protective equipment (which is actually in short supply).
— “Straight answers to key coronavirus questions,” Globe and Mail, Mar. 7, A12.
Alleviate concerns over shortages abroad by bringing your own supplies of latex or nitrile latex disposable gloves (in the right sizes); disposable surgical masks (to prevent touching of the nose and mouth); and alcohol-based hand sanitizers and wipes.
— “How to prepare for vacation amid the COVID-19 outbreak,” Globe and Mail, Mar. 7, A16.