People at higher risk for COVID-19 virus

Some people are more likely to become very sick with COVID-19 

  • People who are older 
  • People with certain medical conditions 
  • Pregnant and recently pregnant people 

People at increased risk, and those who live with or visit them, should 

  • Talk to their healthcare provider about whether they and the people around them should wear a mask or respirator when the COVID-19 Community Level is medium.  
  • Wear a mask or respirator that provides them with greater protection when the COVID-19 Community Level is high 


Children ages 2 years and older can wear masks or respirators to protect themselves and others from COVID-19.

Choose a well-fitting and comfortable mask or respirator that your child can wear properly. A poorly fitting or uncomfortable mask or respirator might be worn incorrectly or removed often, and that would reduce its intended benefits.

  • Choose a size that fits over the child’s nose and under the chin but does not impair vision.
  • Follow the user instructions for the mask or respirator. These instructions may show how to make sure the product fits properly.
  • Some types of masks and respirators may feel different if your child is used to wearing cloth or disposable procedure masks.

Parents and caregivers may have questions about NIOSH-approved respirators (such as N95s), and international respirators (such as KN95s and KF94s) for children. Although respirators may be available in smaller sizes, they are typically designed to be used by adults in workplaces, and therefore may not have been tested for broad use in children.

People with disabilities

Certain groups of people may find it difficult to wear a mask, including people of any age with certain disabilities.

Challenges may be caused by being sensitive to materials on the face, difficulty understanding the importance of mask wearing for protection, or having difficulty controlling behaviour to keep the mask in place.

People with certain disabilities or their caregivers can assess whether they need to wear a mask. They should do this by considering the person’s ability to:

  • Wear a mask correctly (proper mask size and fit)
  • Avoid frequent touching of the mask and face
  • Limit sucking, drooling, or having excess saliva on the mask
  • Remove the mask without assistance


Wearing a well-fitting mask while you travel can help protect you and others.

Learn about the latest recommendation for wearing masks during travel.

How to Care for Your Mask

Correct and consistent care for your mask helps to provide the best protection

How to take off your mask

Disposable masks and cloth masks: Untie the strings behind your head or stretch the ear loops and fold the outside corners together.

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