Israeli Inventors Create Face Mask with Slot for Eating in Public
Israeli restaurants will reopen next week and require about 6 feet between patrons, but what about people who aren’t ready to take off their masks when they eat in public?
Some Israeli inventors have created a face mask for the coronavirus age that will allow wearers to eat food without removing it.
The mask has a slot that opens with a hand remote lever to allow food to go through, Reuters first reported. Drippy dishes might not fare very well, the story said, but solid foods “can be gobbled up in a flash a la Pac-Man.”
The developer, Tel Aviv-area based Avtipus Patents and Inventions, told Reuters that it has already submitted a patent for the mask and plans to start manufacturing in the next few months. (Arutz Sheva / VFI News)