It's now recommended that you wear N95 masks in the fight against the highly contagious Omicron variant of the coronavirus. It's not as scary as you think.

From Personal Experience, N95's Are Easier To Breath In

I'm sure there are a million articles on the internet about this topic, but I just wanted to let you know that it's really no big deal. You might think that N95 masks would be harder to breathe in, but at least for me, it was just the opposite. Most N95 masks fold right out to a cone shape so they don't get sucked into your nose and mouth the way cloth masks sometimes do.

Why You Should Upgrade Your Mask Now

Stepping up to the N95 masks allows even fewer particles to make it through, making them the preferred way to protect yourself. Even if you're one of those folks that aren't too worried about the current iteration of the virus, you probably don't have the time or money to have to take a week off of work, so you might as well start protecting yourself.

What's The Difference Between N95 And KN95 Masks?

I have one other little tip for you.  If you're like most people, you'll bolt over to Amazon to grab yourself some of these masks. What you'll find out is that getting N95 masks is still a little tough but there are plenty of KN95 masks. I really dug deep on this one and everyone pretty much agrees that they are the same. The different names come from different testing standards. If you'd like to find out more, here's a chart with the scoop on what's up.

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