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Japan’s largest face-mask maker, Unicharm Corp., on Tuesday launched transparent face masks created particularly to enable better communication with deaf people during the coronavirus pandemic.

The washable masks are made of a transparent film that allows the lower part of the face to be seen, thereby making lip-reading possible and allowing the user’s facial expressions to be seen.

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