Skip to main content HomeCoronavirus Updates2020 Election ResultsElectionsNationWorldPoliticsFactcheckEducationInvestigationsHealthWeatherRace in AmericaImpeachmentJust the FAQsTracking 2020Register to VoteVoter GuideWhen it comes to making masks to fight the new coronavirus, it’s not the size of the pores in the fabric, but the material itself. But the meltblown textile used to make the best protective gear is getting more expensive and harder to acquire. (Sept. 10)AP


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