A man wears a face mask in Caracas, Venezuela. People with glasses know that masks cause the lenses to fog up with every breath. Photo: AP A man wears a face mask in Caracas, Venezuela. People with glasses know that masks cause the lenses to fog up with every breath. Photo: AP
A man wears a face mask in Caracas, Venezuela. People with glasses know that masks cause the lenses to fog up with every breath. Photo: AP

How to stop a coronavirus face mask from fogging up your glasses

  • Washing your glasses with soapy water and air drying them stops them from misting up, but must be repeated a few times a day
  • Placing tissue on the bridge of the nose under the mask can absorb some of the moisture, but keeping it in place can be tricky

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A man wears a face mask in Caracas, Venezuela. People with glasses know that masks cause the lenses to fog up with every breath. Photo: AP A man wears a face mask in Caracas, Venezuela. People with glasses know that masks cause the lenses to fog up with every breath. Photo: AP
A man wears a face mask in Caracas, Venezuela. People with glasses know that masks cause the lenses to fog up with every breath. Photo: AP
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