Those of us who are concerned about catching coronavirus would love to have face masks to use to protect ourselves...

... But with loads of reports that hospital workers are struggling to have adequate supplies of protective equipment, is buying medical masks a wise idea?

Here's an idea that is a good comprimise: Making your own.

The problem for most people is that they don't know how to sew, and getting a hold of fabric/elastic right now is tricky, but there is a way to make your own, even if you have no sewing experience.

KOMO-TV in Seattle spoke with certified ear, nose, and throat surgeon Dr. Shawn Nasseri, who outlined how you can make your own:

[via KOMO]