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The Operating Theatre Face Mask

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The Operating Theatre Face Mask

Malika Favre

by Malika Favre


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Product Details

Wear your favorite New Yorker cartoon or cover on a cloth face mask. Made from 100% polyester. Each mask includes two woven elastic loops with adjustable grommets for a comfortable fit. This cloth mask is designed to cover your nose and mouth for everyday use.

The printed area of the mask is approximately 7" wide by 5" tall.

IMPORTANT: This cloth face mask is not a surgical or medical face mask. This cloth face mask should not be used (1) in a medical or clinical setting where the infection risk level is high; (2) for antimicrobial or antiviral protection; (3) as a respiratory protective device, or (4) for high risk aerosol-generating procedures. We make no warranties, either express or implied, that wearing this face mask prevents infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases.

Design Details

Publication: New Yorker... more

Ships Within

2 - 3 Business Days

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Artist's Description

Publication: New Yorker

Image Type: Cover

Date: April 3, 2017

Description: Four female doctors stare down at a patient about to go into surgery.