Mask force: London’s five centuries of face coverings

The Nursing Times in 1918 included advice for containing the disease, with a description of how the sisters at St Marylebone Infirmary in North Kensington erected disinfected partitions between each bed and “every nurse, doctor, ward-maid or char-woman” who entered the epidemic block had to wear a mask and overall.

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