5 Top-Rated Clear Face Masks That Allow Others to Read Your Lips While Staying Safe
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention currently recommends everyone (including children over the age of 2) wear a face mask "indoors in public if you are in an area of substantial or high transmission." And yes, this guidance includes those who are vaccinated. There are plenty of fabric face masks and disposable coverings available to purchase but these options can make communication difficult, and sometimes even impossible, for anyone who is deaf or hard of hearing. To help solve this problem, a handful of retailers have created clear face masks that show one's mouth. (Yes, they're still just as effective as regular masks; they're made with a transparent material that still covers the mouth and protects those around you.) Here are four clear face mask options you can order now and have shipped to your home.