Sikh woman creates longer face masks for people with beards and turbans

7/24/2020 12:00:00 PM

Such an amazing idea 👏

Such an amazing idea 👏

'If your mask only covers a small proportion of your beard then you are defeating the purpose of it.'

But for some, the equipment might not be so protective.So one woman has come up with a face covering that covers all the facial hair and also accommodates people who wear turbans.AdvertisementWhat the mask looks like (Picture: Sunnie Delilah)‘He was unable to use it properly and didn’t feel comfortable wearing them.

‘If your mask only covers a small proportion of your beard and face then you are defeating the purpose of it as the beard can catch everything and then you touch it and spread and so on.’

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Such a blatantly obvious idea you mean. She made the mask bigger. You guys will be touting her to NASA next. Does it come with a gun? If you have a beard, it’s negates the use of a mask 😷 Useless at Best.

Police can use 'reasonable force' to tackle people without a face mask in shopsAnyone over the age of 18 who refuse to cover their mouth and nose in shops or supermarkets can be dealt with by police but only if it is deemed as an emergency Will you obey? Under which law? Name and number gone through both houses with Royal Accent? Or just more Mirror click bait technically not single Police officer from any of the 43 police forces across britain would legally have that power unless the Queen_UK herself has authorized which would cause some constitutional backlash if RoyalFamily have ? BorisJohnson PoliceChiefs idiots to enforce?

People with narcissistic traits less likely to follow face mask rulesTwo studies in Poland, published today, found these people often flouted mask-wearing, hand-washing, social distancing and stay-at-home measures at the height of the pandemic. Oh well! Don’t mind me, I’m just here for the ratio. shite

People with narcissistic traits less likely to follow face mask rulesTwo studies in Poland, published today, found these people often flouted mask-wearing, hand-washing, social distancing and stay-at-home measures at the height of the pandemic. WEAR THE MASK. That's crazy! Double barrelled middle finger to this. Face masks are useless. Utterly useless.

People with narcissistic traits less likely to follow face mask rulesTwo studies in Poland, published today, found these people often flouted mask-wearing, hand-washing, social distancing and stay-at-home measures at the height of the pandemic. So those more likely to be leaders. Gotcha. LIke asswipes in the media over truth and honesty , you media employed excrement . Psychopath or narcissistic? Don’t forget to call them deplorable OpenAmericaNow

As a woman, I find wearing a face mask liberating – I'm no longer judged on my appearanceWhen the government announced that shoppers in England would be required to wear face masks from today (24 July), it was met with a mixed reaction at best. While most people understand the reasons Wonder why any women would believe that. There's always body shaming!! Your mouth, nose & chin are now the only relevant parts of your appearance? Jesus wept. An article about nothing.

Timeline of government dither and delay on mandatory face masksFaces masks will be mandatory in shops in England from Friday What's the problem with masks and certain governments? Just don't get it

Despite research showing that masks provide some protection against spreading coronavirus, some people are still unwilling to wear face coverings.New laws come into force on Friday making it compulsory to wear a face mask in any shop or supermarket in England.SECOND WAVE IN UK WILL 'CAUSE MORE SUFFERING THAN FIRST' IF BRITS DON'T WEAR MASKS A second wave of coronavirus will cause more suffering than the first if Britons don't stick to social distancing and wear face masks, according to the UK's top doctors.SECOND WAVE IN UK WILL 'CAUSE MORE SUFFERING THAN FIRST' IF BRITS DON'T WEAR MASKS A second wave of coronavirus will cause more suffering than the first if Britons don't stick to social distancing and wear face masks, according to the UK's top doctors.

Research also shows that men are less willing tham women to gear up. But for some, the equipment might not be so protective. While shop workers can ask customers to put on a face mask if they refuse the onus is then on police officers to enforce the law. This is true for Sikh or Muslim men who sport long beards for religious reasons (or even hipsters) as the mask does not cover it all and droplets can get caught there. Professor Carrie MacEwen, chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, said medics and healthcare workers were 'totally reliant on the public understanding that this has certainly not disappeared and could come back and cause even more suffering for the population'. Advertisement So one woman has come up with a face covering that covers all the facial hair and also accommodates people who wear turbans. If a shopper refuses to pay the fine they could face court action. Visit our live blog for the latest updates: Advertisement Advertisement Sunnie Delilah is the designer and owner of Delilah’s Dressing Doom. Boris Johnson announced his plans to get the country back to normal by Christmas, with Britons being encouraged to go back to work and almost all amenities reopening by July 25.

She has come up with a special mask that makes it easier to wear for those who wear turbans on their head and have long beards. She added officers will only step in if shoppers without a mask refuse to leave the store or become "aggressive". The PM also revealed plans to get live crowds back at sporting events and concerts in the coming months. Sunnie’s business has taken off during the pandemic as many rush to purchase her custom-made masks that sell for £10-£20. What the mask looks like (Picture: Sunnie Delilah) We spoke to Sunnie to see what inspired her to make the item. But of course the law is the law. She tells Metro. But it isn’t over.co. "If somebody is concerned about what is going on in their store, yes, of course they should call the police and we will try to assist. We still have Covid-19 patients in intensive care.

uk: ‘This mask was created initially to help my father-in-law, a Sikh man with a turban and long beard which standards masks do not cater for. ‘He was unable to use it properly and didn’t feel comfortable wearing them. But if you are an adult accompanying a child aged between 11 and 18 the onus is on you to ensure they wear a mask.' Advertisement Volunteers had to say whether they agreed, strongly agreed or disagreed or strongly disagreed to questions including, 'The chance that I will get the coronavirus during my lifetime is very high', 'I have washed my hands more often' and 'I have stockpiled bigger amounts of food'. ‘So I created a mask that protects long beards and goes over the turban. The beard, if long, can catch all the droplets you are supposedly trying to protect yourself from. They have said they will step in if called in an emergency saying concerns about people not wearing face coverings should be directed to store managers first. The mask accommodates turbans (Picture: Sunnie Delilah) ‘If your mask only covers a small proportion of your beard and face then you are defeating the purpose of it as the beard can catch everything and then you touch it and spread and so on. 'Weaker preventive behavior among those characterized by the Dark Triad traits was partially explained by their health beliefs about the coronavirus, and in particular higher levels of perceived barriers against prevention and lower self-efficacy. 'Weaker preventive behavior among those characterized by the Dark Triad traits was partially explained by their health beliefs about the coronavirus, and in particular higher levels of perceived barriers against prevention and lower self-efficacy.

’ The reception to the masks have been positive and Sunnie’s Instagram page has amassed more than 25,000 followers. Mr Hewitt said: "We will expect retailers to manage entry to their stores and compliance with the law while customers are inside, with police involvement as a last resort. A standard mask (Picture: Sunnie Delilah) She adds: ‘The mask is also made to make the wearer feel comfortable and confident with its design. ‘So far I have orders from all around the world and it’s rapidly becoming more and more in demand, within the Sikh communities especially. "Experience shows that compliance with the regulations to manage the spread of coronavirus is high and this must continue to be a joint effort between the retail sector, customers, government and police. The European nation of 38million people has suffered just 1,642 deaths - which may mean the perceived threat of the virus is not as high among citizens.’ You can check out all the Do you have a story? Email metrolifesetyleteam@metro.co." A spokesman for the Prime Minister said: “What I’m sure we will find, as with other aspects of the coronavirus response, is that the British public will voluntarily choose to follow the guidelines because they want to play their part in helping to slow the spread of the virus. 'We do not know why exactly people with dark personalities tend to buy more supplies – because they are more greedy or they are more competitive than others or they more take care about their personal comfort due to their feelings of entitlement.

uk if you want to share.' The second study, by the University of Warsaw, surveyed 263 people in Poland through online surveys between April 14 and April 30, at the height of the crisis in Europe. MORE: . “Enforcement will be treated as a last resort, but police will have the power to issue fines of up to £100 if that’s required.