On Friday 10th July, Caroline Dinenange was interviewed on BBC Radio 4, and asked about her opinion on face masks. She said that she personally advocates the widespread use of face masks as an effective method for controlling COVID-19, and went on to say “The British Fashion Council have worked with Bags of Ethics to have some face masks designed by fashion designers with the profits going to NHS charities. There is some brilliant work going on up and down the country to encourage people to have face masks and keep wearing them”. Listen to the audio recording here. To find out more about our collaboration with @britishfashioncouncil, visit https://bagsofethics.org/
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