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BERLIN, GERMANY - MARCH 24: Pia Fischer, Berlin fashion designer sets protective mask on a display window in her shop on March 24, 2020 in Schöneberg district Berlin, Germany. Fischer decided to sew protective masks instead of making clothes and other designs. "Yesterday I worked till 2am," she says while sewing white masks and serving customers through the window in her closed store. In the time of Coronavirus Crisis she sells them to people who stop by for 5 euros. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

This is the new norm, so we best get used to it, and make the most of it!
Time to rock that face mask!

Take a look at some of these designs and where to get them courtesy Thrilllist


25+ Fun & Clever Face Masks That Put Your Personality on Display

We independently source all of the awesome products and experiences that we feature on Thrillist. If you buy or book from the links on our site, we may receive an affiliate commission - which in turn supports our work. Like it or not, wearing a face mask in public will likely be the norm for quite some time.

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