Costco Is Selling Boxes of Fabric Face Masks for $10

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While the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it's a good idea to have a few cloth masks nearby so you don't have to do laundry every day. While there is no shortage of places where you can get these masks online, it is good to know that you can pick up some of them at your next Costco run.
Instagrammer @ costcoguy4u posted a photo of a box of cloth masks he discovered at Costco. In particular, they are called Non Medical Fabric Face Coverings and are available in packs of three.
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As a reminder, the CDC recommends that you "wear fabric face cloths in public places where other social distancing measures are difficult, such as grocery stores, pharmacies, and gas stations." These masks, previously reported by SheKnows, are best when you go shopping, see your friends from a social distance, or, as indicated in the box, walk your dog. They shouldn't be used in healthcare.
You can get a pack of these masks for $ 9.59. Of course, the availability depends on your location, so your Costco may offer a different mask type or may not have it at all. These were found in the Chicago area and, according to the Post, also in the San Diego area.
Keep in mind that when purchasing, these are limited to five boxes per customer (for a total of 15 masks).
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