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Fogging Glasses?

It’s important for everyone’s safety that we wear our masks properly, covering nose and mouth.

If you wear glasses, you have likely experienced problems with fogging while using your mask. There are some things that you can do to help reduce fogging:
1) Use a form fitting mask. Ones with flexible nose-bridge strips can help.
2) Wash your glasses with soapy water. A thin film left behind can reduce fogging.
3) Use an anti-fogging spray or wipe.

Other anti-fogging tips:

If your mask gets uncomfortable from moisture build-up during workouts, bring along some extras so you can exchange a damp mask for a dry one.

Coronavirus Information for Penn Staters

The link below contains updated information for students, faculty and staff about Penn State’s health and safety plans for the fall 2021 semester.

Penn State EHS COVID-19 Universal Masking Cloth Mask Guidance:

Penn State announces immediate COVID-19 masking at all campuses

August 4, 2021

UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa. — Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 conditions around the country and in Pennsylvania, effective immediately (Aug. 4), Penn State will require all students, faculty, staff and visitors — including those who are vaccinated and unvaccinated — to wear masks indoors at all campuses. Within the last 24 hours, many counties that are home to Penn State campuses have shifted to “orange” status, warranting an immediate adjustment to the University’s on-campus masking requirement.

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