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  • Disney's kid-friendly masks make distancing less scary
  • Disney's kid-friendly masks make distancing less scary
    Sharon McCutcheon (2020) ©
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Disney's kid-friendly masks make distancing less scary

Disney is producing face masks decorated with some of its most popular characters, with proceeds going to a medical charity. Designed for all ages, the masks will be especially helpful to families with young children trying to make social distancing a little less scary for their little ones.

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