BTW, I wasn't meaning to come off as critical if it did, it was meant as an addition.Indeed I was simply stating that studies are coming back that masks are shown to increase the amount people touch their face. So you are right washing with soap and water or if not available hand sanitizer is a great way to mitigate self-transfer as one's hands while a very poor receiver of infections is a great means of transferring to a more vulnerable body part.
Still, if you want to truly reduce your own risk of infection I'd ditch the cloth/surgical masks and go for a full-face respirator. As it's all about protecting one's mucus membranes from the virus. In all seriousness, I honestly am surprised I have not seen people going to this extreme yet.
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There were times that I have had to wear a P100 mask, both partial and full face like the one you showed. The older models are hellishly uncomfortable. Nowadays they're a lot more wearable, but hard to find. They also sell what amounts to spacesuit parts. Problem is, even a space suit leaks a little so you basically have to breathe unfiltered air at some point.