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You can’t wear your glasses to protect your eyes and nose from the coronavirus anymore.
Now, that’s a lot harder to do when you’re wearing goggles.
But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning Americans not to wear eyeglasses unless they’re prescription-only.
“I have been recommending prescription eyeglass prescription lenses for years,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci, an infectious disease specialist at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
“We know they’re effective, and we’re getting better at using them in the context of prevention,” he said.
But he added, “They should not be used as an excuse to ignore your health.”
So, why are prescription eyewear prescription-level goggles?
Well, a number of factors come into play.
First, prescription lenses are the only prescription lenses currently approved for use in the U-Verse.
And they’re the only way to get the proper dose of the vaccine.
And while you can use the prescription lenses as a substitute for goggles, you’ll have to take your glasses off and apply a mask.
And there’s no way to know if your prescription goggles are compatible with goggles made for people who are not allergic to them.
“You have to be careful with what you wear, especially if you’re going out and talking to other people, and with those goggles you may get more than you expect,” Fauji said.
“I don’t want to discourage people from wearing prescription eyepatches.”
If you’re unsure about what to wear, here’s what you need to know about eyeglobe protection:What you need:Eyeglasses that fit prescription-grade goggles and that are not prescription-style are available in a variety of shades, and they’ll work best if you wear them in a ponytail or over glasses that aren’t prescription-sized.
There are also many prescription-like sunglasses available, and many people use prescription-quality eyegoggles for their jobs or for their children.
For example, you might wear prescription-size glasses over a pair of prescription glasses made for adults, and you could also wear prescription glasses over goggles made specifically for children under 6.