7336 masks were made during the Let’s Do It communal mask making action
Yesterday was the final day of the all-Estonian mask making initiative ‘Let’s clean the virus out of Estonia’. Masks were made in 351 places and a total of 7336 cloth masks were sewn. Harju County, Tartu County, and Pärnu County were the counties where the most masks were made. Masks were also sewn in various places outside Estonia – in Germany, France, and Luxembourg. Today marks the day when large shopping centres are reopened across Estonia and that gives us reason to remember the safety measures and also wear a mask.
More than 6000 masks have been made during the Let’s Do It communal mask making action. Do-it-at-home mask making continues until 10 May
Today was the peak of the Let’s Do It all-Estonian mask making initiative ‘Let’s clean the virus out of Estonia’, which aims to encourage all the people in Estonia to make and wear cloth masks. As of today, masks were made in 281 places all over Estonia and 6012 masks have been sewn so far. Mask making action will also continue the next week and all people are invited to make and wear masks. Everybody can announce their mask making action on the Let’s Do It website until 10 May.