Our churchladies got a call to action put out by the local hospital at the end of March. They needed homemade cotton facemasks. Not for medical professionals, of course, but for their outpatients. And then the recommendation came from government, and then N95 masks were rationed, and by April 7, our firefighters and respiratory techs and grocery store workers were asking for them, along with those villagers in self-isolation. In other words, everybody.
So we sewed and sewed. Many styles, many sizes, many colours.
If you need a pattern to make one (or forty...) yourself, send a request using the contact form to the right. But, really, any of the internet patterns work. As one of the cooler churchladies, who just turned 80, says, "Turn up the tunes, and sew away!"