BACK IN STOCK!
Show your community pride and Mask Up with your own Coronado Mask!
These masks are popular and will sell out quickly! Get yours today!
As with all Museum Store items, we offer free pick up and delivery on island every Tuesday and Friday. For those of you off-island, shipping is calculated post-purchase. You will be contacted to finalize shipping and your item will be sent. Purchases are processed when CHA is open from 10 am to 4 pm every Tuesday and Friday. No discounts will apply to masks.
These masks were produced by the City of Coronado for the mask give away over the 4th of July weekend. There was such a public interest in purchasing the masks that the City has produced additional ones. They do have the official logo of the City of Coronado and the City has authorized their production.
Public health officials promote masks as the best way to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The California Department of Public Health issued guidance last week that cautions that asymptomatic people can still spread the disease. Wearing face coverings is urged because along with social distancing they limit the release of infected droplets when talking, coughing, and sneezing.
As Coronado and the rest of California reopens, citizens are required to follow best practices: wear a face covering, wash your hands, and stay at home when sick. If out and about, especially on the City’s busy commercial corridor, Coronado residents and visitors should have a mask ready if you might come within six feet of someone not from your household.
These masks are washable and reusable. We recommend washing before first use and to wear and maintain the mask in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) most recent guidance.
Please understand that these face masks are not a replacement for medical-grade Personal Protective Equipment, and in circumstances where medical-grade Personal Protective Equipment is recommended, you should consult a health care professional.
Please remember that use of face masks are not intended to replace other recommended measures to stop the community spread of COVID-19, such as social distancing, washing your hands and refraining from touching your face. Follow the latest advice of the CDC and your own health care professionals as to how best to keep yourself safe.