I'm guessing you don't do any fiberglass work. Particularly with epoxy.
I don't keep fiberglass supplies on my boat, those things live in my garage. I rarely need them, particularly with my new boat.
According to health authorities N95 masks give people a false sense of security. Most people don't know how to fit them properly so they leak. My wife, a medical professional, has to get fit tested regularly.
The most common way this virus is transmitted is from touching infected surfaces, and then touching your face. It is not typically airborne unless somebody nearby that is infected coughs or sneezes.
A mask can prevent you from touching your face, so there's that, but on the other hand, people who arent used to wearing one tend to fiddle with them, and will likely touch their faces when they do.
Masks are best worn by people who are already sick because it will keep their infected fluids contained if they cough or sneeze. Even then, a regular surgical mask is fine. It doesnt have to be N95.
Gloves also give people a false sense of security. People still touch their faces. They often infect themselves when taking the gloves off, and the gloves themselves actually pick up and transfer the virus better than skin.
WHO recommends frequent hand washing and hand sanitizer as the best way to protect yourself. (And social distancing of course!)
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