Haruka Nishiyama sells 20 of her handmade face masks every day. Photo: HandoutHaruka Nishiyama sells 20 of her handmade face masks every day. Photo: Handout
Haruka Nishiyama sells 20 of her handmade face masks every day. Photo: Handout

Australia’s embrace of face masks uncovers entrepreneurial spirit

  • After the government’s shift in attitude about their effectiveness as the Covid-19 pandemic continues, demand is surging – and entrepreneurs are stepping up
  • Many share a common experience or family history in Asia, where face coverings are seen as a common-sense measure to help halt the spread of disease

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Haruka Nishiyama sells 20 of her handmade face masks every day. Photo: HandoutHaruka Nishiyama sells 20 of her handmade face masks every day. Photo: Handout
Haruka Nishiyama sells 20 of her handmade face masks every day. Photo: Handout
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