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Where to buy face masks online

We keep this list updated with in-stock items throughout the day.

Important note:The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to urge Americans to wear cloth face coverings, with CDC Director Dr. Robert R. Redfield affirming they are “the most powerful weapons we have to slow and stop the spread of the virus."

You’ll find all types of face masks — N95, KN95, surgical and cloth. While respirator masks like N95 and KN95 masks offer the most protection, surgical and cloth masks can be a suitable alternative for general daily use while heading to the grocery store and running other essential errands.

Our top picks

N95 Masks - 20 pack - NIOSH from Protect Life

N95 Masks - 20 pack - NIOSH

Protect Life

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Made-in-USA N95 and KN95 face masks from Protectly

Made-in-USA N95 and KN95 face masks

Protectly

Finder Verified Made in USA Free shipping on $60+
KN95 Protective Face Mask from DreamHug

KN95 Protective Face Mask

DreamHug

Finder Verified Free shipping on $50+
KN95 Face Mask 20 Pcs from Amazon

KN95 Face Mask 20 Pcs

Amazon

Free shipping on $25+
NIOSH N95 Made in USA masks from Protectly

NIOSH N95 Made in USA masks

Protectly

Finder Verified Made in USA Free shipping on $60+
American-Made Disposable Face Masks: 50-Pack from DreamHug

American-Made Disposable Face Masks: 50-Pack

DreamHug

Finder Verified Made in USA Free shipping on $50+
Limited-Edition USA Flag Face Mask from StringKing

Limited-Edition USA Flag Face Mask

StringKing

Finder Verified Made in USA
3 Layer Face Mask with Filter Pocket + Adjustable Ear Loops from Etsy

3 Layer Face Mask with Filter Pocket + Adjustable Ear Loops

Etsy

Made in USA

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Where to buy face masks online

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Protect Life

Protect Life

In-stock NIOSH N95 respirator masks ready to ship.

This US-based PPE supplier has N95 masks currently in stock, available in boxes of 20 or 40 masks. Other mask options like masks for kids are available as well.

  • Ships from the USA
  • In-stock now
  • Boxes of 20 and 40 available

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Made in USA

StringKing

StringKing

Shop made in the USA cloth face masks

Shop StringKing's cloth face masks. Available in bulk quantities and made in the USA.

  • Order 5 – 1000 pcs
  • Ships from USA
  • Available in adult sizing only

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Masks by Whizley

Masks by Whizley

In-stock KN95 and disposable surgical masks.

Masks by Whizley is a supplier of personal protective equipment that ships face masks from its California warehouse in a matter of days.

  • 25-250x supply
  • In-stock now
  • Ships fast from USA

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Subzero Masks

Subzero Masks

Creative cloth face masks that give back.

These cloth face masks are made in the USA and ship within days. For every mask purchased, the company donates one to someone in need. Choose from basic cloth or filtered cloth masks.

  • Free shipping over $75
  • No free returns
  • No financing options
AliExpress

AliExpress

Shop a selection of masks from this global marketplace.

Third-party sellers list a variety of products for sale on this popular marketplace, including face masks.

  • No free shipping
  • No free returns
  • No financing options

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Etsy

Etsy

Shop cute cloth face masks.

More and more Etsy sellers are offering cloth face masks with cute, creative designs and fabrics.

  • No free shipping
  • No free returns
  • No financing options

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Which type of mask do I need?

There’s a lot of information out there about when and where to wear a mask and what type of mask you need for various situations. Use this quick guide to help you decide which kind of face mask best fits your needs.

Mask typeWho’s it best for?DescriptionHow long does it last?
N95, KN95 respirator masks Healthcare workersBlocks at least 95% of airborne particles when worn properly. Adheres to government testing regulations.Can be reused in certain situations, but must be discarded after coming into contact with bodily fluids, infected patients and in other circumstances. Read the CDC’s full reuse guidelines.
Surgical face masks People who are sick and caretakersProtects wearers from infecting others. Usually made of 3 layers of melt-blown fabric.Intended to be discarded after every use.
Cloth face masks The general population when in a public spaceTypically made from cotton fabric with elastic or tie straps. Some designs have a pocket to place a removable filter.Can be washed and reused for weeks or even months, as long as the material maintains its integrity.
DIY face masks The general population when in a public spaceCan be homemade using an old T-shirt, bandana, coffee filter or other readily available materials.Depends on the materials used. Most DIY cloth masks can be washed and reused for weeks or even months, as long as the material maintains its integrity.

Looking for a specific type of mask?

Find information, requirements, in-stock products and other details for specific types of masks on these pages.

Which states require face masks in public?

States and counties across the US are putting in place requirements for mandatory mask wearing in public spaces. We’re updating our table daily for changes across the United States. Search for your county and/or state below.

State or territory Requirements More info State or territory
Federal REQUIRED — Federal mandate requiring face coverings in compliance with CDC guidelines for federal employees and contractors and all persons inside federal buildings and on federal lands. Face masks are also required in airports, commercial aircraft, trains, public maritime vessels, including ferries, intercity bus services and other forms of public transportation as defined in section 5302 of title 49, United States Code. The Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) encourages public compliance with mask-wearing and other public health best practices as recommended by the CDC, such as social distancing and handwashing. More info Federal
Alabama RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face masks in public as of April 10, 2021, though masks are strongly encouraged for members of the public. Local ordinances require face coverings in some cities, counties and jurisdictions, including Birmingham and Montgomery. More info Alabama
Alaska RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face masks, though recommended. Face coverings required for employees of reopening businesses statewide. Local ordinances require face coverings in Anchorage and Juneau. More info Alaska
Arizona RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate for face masks in public, though recommended. Face masks required for workers in restaurants, bars, gyms, indoor theaters and other entertainment venues. Also required for patrons and employees of barbers and cosmetologists statewide. Local ordinances require face coverings in Avondale, Carefree, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Guadalupe, Litchfield Park, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Surprise, Tempe, Tolleson, Tuscon and Maricopa County. More info Arizona
Arkansas RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face masks in public as of March 31, 2021, though masks are strongly encouraged for members of the public. Local ordinances require face coverings in some cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Arkansas
California REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face coverings or masks for ages 2+ in common and public spaces and outdoors when distancing isn't possible. Nonrestricted alternatives OK for those who have a medical condition. Local ordinances require face coverings in Beverly Hills, Berkeley, Calabasas, Contra Costa County, Costa Mesa, Duarte, Fremond, Glendale, Herrmosa Beach, Irvine, Manhattan Beach, Marin County, Monterey, Napa County, Salina, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Santa Monica, Sonoma County, West Hollywood and Yolo County. More info California
Colorado RECOMMENDED — Statewide mandate rescinded as of May 14, 2021. Individuals who have not been vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear masks in public indoor settings. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Colorado
Connecticut REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face coverings or masks for ages 2+ in common and public spaces and outdoors when social distancing isn't possible. Required for workers and patrons in restaurants, retail, offices and personal care services. More info Connecticut
Delaware REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face masks for ages 2+ in public and where social distancing isn't possible. Required for employees and patrons in restaurants, personal care and other public settings. More info Delaware
Florida RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate for face masks in public, though recommended for those ages 2+. Face coverings are required for personal care providers and employees. On May 3, Govenor Ron DeSantis issued an executive order that suspended all local mask mandates. More info Florida
Georgia RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face coverings in public, though recommended. Face coverings required for employees of bars, restaurants, personal care providers, amusement parks, carnivals, conventions and live performances. Local ordinances require face coverings in Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Avondale Estates, Brookhaven, Clayton County, College Park, Decatur, DeKalb County, Doraville, Dunwoody, East Point, Fairburn, Rome, Sandy Springs, Savannah, Smyrna, South Fulton, Statesboro and Union City. More info Georgia
Hawaii REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face masks in most public places and while ordering from drive-thrus. Required for customers and employees at essential or designated businesses and operations. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Hawaii
Idaho RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate for face masks in public, though face coverings strongly advised for residents. Local ordinances require face coverings in Ada County and in Bellevue, Boise, Driggs, Ketchum, Lewiston City, McCall and Victor. More info Idaho
Illinois REQUIRED — While the statewide mandate remains in effect, fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks in public indoor settings as of May 13, 2021. Masks are required for unvaccinated people in most indoor public settings. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Illinois
Indiana RECOMMENDED — Statewide mandate rescinded as of April 6, 2021. Individuals age 8 and up are encouraged to wear masks in all indoor public settings and outdoors when they cannot maintain 6 feet of distance from others. Face masks are mandatory in state buildings, K-12 schools and at COVID-19 vaccination and testing sites. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions, including Indianapolis. More info Indiana
Iowa RECOMMENDED — Statewide mandate rescinded as of February 7, 2021, though wearing masks is still encouraged. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Iowa
Kansas RECOMMENDED — Statewide mandate rescinded as of April 8, 2021, though wearing masks is still encouraged. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Kansas
Kentucky REQUIRED — While the statewide mandate remains in effect, fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks in public indoor settings as of May 13, 2021. Masks are required for unvaccinated individuals in indoor public places and at outdoor events with more than 1,000 people. Masks are also required for all people over age 5 in certain settings, including schools, healthcare settings and long-term care facilities. More info Kentucky
Louisiana RECOMMENDED — Statewide mandate rescinded as of April 28, 2021. Face masks are still mandatory in state buildings, K-12 schools, early education centers, colleges and universities, health care facilities and on public transit. Local ordinances require face coverings in some cities, jurisdictions and businesses. More info Louisiana
Maine REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring all people to wear face masks in public spaces. More info Maine
Maryland REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face masks for people ages 5+ in indoor and outdoor public spaces. More info Maryland
Massachusetts REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring people ages 5+ to wear face masks in public. More info Massachusetts
Michigan REQUIRED — While the statewide mandate remains in effect, fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks in public indoor settings as of May 15, 2021. Masks are required for unvaccinated people in most indoor public settings. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Michigan
Minnesota RECOMMENDED — Statewide mandate rescinded as of May 14, 2021. Individuals who have not been vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear masks in public indoor settings. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Minnesota
Mississippi RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate for face masks in public, though face coverings strongly advised for residents. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Mississippi
Missouri RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate for face masks in public, though recommended. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Missouri
Montana RECOMMENDED — Statewide mandate rescinded as of February 12, 2021, though wearing masks is still encouraged. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Montana
Nebraska RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate for face coverings. However, face masks are required for barbershops, salons and other personal-care businesses. Masks are recommended for restaurants and other indoor spaces. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Nebraska
Nevada REQUIRED — While the statewide mandate remains in effect, fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks in public indoor settings as of May 13, 2021. Masks are required for unvaccinated people in most indoor public settings. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Nevada
New Hampshire RECOMMENDED — Statewide mandate rescinded as of April 16, 2021, though wearing masks is still encouraged. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions, including Nashua and Concord More info New Hampshire
New Jersey REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face masks for people ages 2+ in all indoor and outdoor public spaces where social distancing isn't possible. More info New Jersey
New Mexico REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face masks in public, including while exercising. More info New Mexico
New York REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face coverings in public spaces and where social distancing isn't possible for those ages 2+. More info New York
North Carolina RECOMMENDED — Statewide mandate rescinded as of May 14, 2021. Masks are strongly recommended in public indoor settings for individuals who have not been vaccinated and for all individuals in large public gatherings. Masks are still required in schools, childcare centers, children’s camps, transit hubs, hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info North Carolina
North Dakota RECOMMENDED — Face coverings are strongly recommended for all individuals and businesses while in public spaces. Previous statewide mandate requiring face coverings in public spaces has expired without renewal. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info North Dakota
Ohio REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face masks in all public spaces for those ages 9+. More info Ohio
Oklahoma RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face masks in public, though it's recommended to follow CDC guidelines. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Oklahoma
Oregon REQUIRED — While the statewide mandate remains in effect, fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks in most public spaces as of May 13, 2021. Masks are required for unvaccinated individuals. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Oregon
Pennsylvania REQUIRED — While the statewide mandate remains in effect, fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks in most public spaces as of May 13, 2021. Masks are required for unvaccinated individuals indoors when people from other households are present and outdoors when unable to maintain physical distancing. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Pennsylvania
Puerto Rico REQUIRED — Mandate requiring face masks in public. More info Puerto Rico
Rhode Island REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face masks or coverings in all indoor and outdoor public spaces for those ages 2+. More info Rhode Island
South Carolina RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate for face masks in public, though strongly recommended for unvaccinated individuals. On May 11, Govenor Henry McMaster issued an executive order that suspended all local mask mandates. More info South Carolina
South Dakota RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate for face masks in public, though recommended. More info South Dakota
Tennessee RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face masks in public, though encouraged for employees and members of the public. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Tennessee
Texas RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face masks in public as of March 10, 2021, though masks are strongly encouraged for members of the public. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions, including Austin and Travis County. More info Texas
Utah RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face masks in public as of April 10, 2021, though masks are strongly encouraged for members of the public. Masks are still required in K-12 schools and at gatherings of 50 or more people where social distancing cannot be maintained. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions, including Salt Lake City. More info Utah
Vermont REQUIRED — While the statewide mandate remains in effect, fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks in most public spaces as of May 14, 2021. Masks are required for unvaccinated individuals. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Vermont
Virginia REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face masks in all public indoor and outdoor spaces for those ages 5+. More info Virginia
Washington REQUIRED — While the statewide mandate remains in effect, fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks in most public spaces as of May 13, 2021. Masks are required for unvaccinated individuals. Local ordinances require face coverings in multiple cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Washington
Washington, DC REQUIRED — Districtwide mandate requiring face masks for ages 2+ whenever outside the home or likely to come in contact with others. Required in businesses, offices and other public settings. More info Washington, DC
West Virginia REQUIRED — Statewide mandate requiring face masks for people ages 9+ in all indoor public spaces and when social distancing isn't possible. More info West Virginia
Wisconsin RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face masks in public as of March 31, 2021, though masks are strongly encouraged for members of the public. Local ordinances require face coverings in some cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Wisconsin
Wyoming RECOMMENDED — No statewide mandate requiring face masks in public as of March 16, 2021, though masks are strongly encouraged for members of the public. Local ordinances require face coverings in some cities, counties and jurisdictions. More info Wyoming

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