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NBC Sports 19 May 2020

NFL exploring modified facemasks for players


Mike Florio and Chris Simms look at some of the COVID-19 related updates around the NFL including governors preparing to welcome back professional sports, team facilities re-opening and modified facemasks for players.

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There's a chronic shortage of Personal Protection Equipment for medical professionals across the U.S., including respirator masks that help protect them from the coronavirus. But U.S. authorities are now recommending all Americans use face covers to help contain the spread of the deadly virus. So now ordinary Americans are taking it upon themselves to make homemade facemasks -- one person at a time -- in the battle against this invisible enemy. VOA's Julie Taboh has more

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