Halima Aden Designs Face Masks for Hijabi Healthcare Workers

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Hospitals and clinics around different countries have experienced a huge shortage of face masks needed for healthcare workers responding to the coronavirus.

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As standard face masks don’t tend to cater to those who wear hijab, Muslim model Halima Aden is releasing a new, inclusive line of face masks that are available for purchase and donation to frontline healthcare workers.

The model and UNICEF ambassador partnered with Anywear to create a range of matching hijab and face mask sets.

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Her collection includes easy-to-use masks that turbans and hijabs can integrate seamlessly into.

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