Kosk: This is the new mask that covers the nose for coronavirus
In South Korea, Koreans designed a completely different coronavirus protection mask that leaves free
In South Korea, Koreans have designed a completely different coronavirus protection mask that leaves the mouth free, covering only the nose. This particular mask is called "kosk" and costs 9.800 won, ie 7,10 euros per pack of 10 pieces. The mask is easy to use as it consists of two parts, one of which can be pulled out so that one can eat or drink. "Kosk" masks are supposed to be worn under a regular mask.
There were many who reacted with comments such as: "Stupidity of another level!", "It is no different from people who wear their masks under their noses".
However, studies show that the coronavirus can very easily enter our body through respiration, whenever this invention may not be so bad.