Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles in keeping with CNN. 10 Tradition Fridays are awesome. Coral is a welcome to the show. Today we are unmasking the debate over whether to and where you have to wear a mask in America. The guidance from health officials has changed over the months the U. S has dealt with the Corona virus outbreak. Earlier this spring, the World Health Organization, part of the United Nations, said it had no evidence that wearing face masks would protect the general public from catching the disease. Now, it says, the public should wear masks in places where Corona viruses quickly spreading. Earlier this spring, the U. S Centers for Disease Control said it did not recommend face masks for people who weren't sick. Now, it says, people should wear a mask at all times whenever they're in public. So you see how the guidance on this has changed as the disease has spread and his health officials have learned more about how it spreads. They've said that between 25 to 50% of people who catch Cove in 19 may have few or no symptoms of it whatsoever. But if they were to cough or sneeze, a mask could reduce the chance that they spread the droplets that carry Cove in 19 to anyone else around them. Critics of wearing masks, a small studies on the flu but not specifically Corona virus have shown that masks alone don't offer much protection for the general public from catching the disease. Some say I coverings air needed as well for better protection. But wherever people in health officials stand on wearing masks, there's no federal law that says Americans have to wear them. The decision on that is up to state and local leaders, and the rules can be very different. Depending on where you live at the state level, Let's look at Rhode Island, for example, Workers, diners, shoppers. People in public places have to wear masks. In Idaho, the state recommends that residents wear masks but doesn't require it. But certain restaurants or businesses there may require their employees to wear masks. It's a similar situation in Georgia. The state says residents should wear masks but doesn't require it. Some businesses require them for all of their employees and, in some cases, their customers. But many companies don't mandate them. For shoppers. A quick Internet search of your state or cities. Rules concerning facemasks can give you answers, and they could be completely different from the rules your cousin has in another state right now. Nah, Kareen Wynter is moving as fast as he can to bring a local family, their grilled pork and rice. Bangkok's locked down is easing, but Inter can still earn $30 a day delivering food to people stuck at home. It's good money, but it's nothing compared to what he used to make. 30. Before the pandemic hit Thailand, Inter's daily salary was closer to $300. Inter is a commercial pilot for Ty. Lion Air. To be a pirate is away in my dream when I watch eyes, I have spent more than 15 years to actually my dreams to be a pilot. Do travel allowed the world. I see their passages. My when a dress up in coated airport model, everything's I can in some money to support my family. When the pandemic first set in, the Thai government banned most international flights. Domestic traffic took a major hit two because of the country's locked down, Inter said pilots like him found their income cut by 70%. He and his friends have not been laid off, but their salary is based on their flight assignments and those dried up quickly. But Inter discovered there was plenty of work available through delivery. APS. All he has to do now is log in and be ready to leave once an order comes through. I thought I cannot just sitting there reading for any health, how to fight for my own, my family. I have to do something that up. E. I have my both hands lie. Auto people. I have my motorbike. Yeah, I got other. Let's get to work My pal Affin, who work for a living man before he become a pilot. He invite me to charge this job. The first time I got the order on Did you went to the customer? The feeling is ah, the script on I problem me. Flights in Thailand may slowly pick up when the state of emergency ends, but tourism is a major contributor to fly traffic, and it's unclear when that will return to normal. Inter is trying to be very realistic about when he'll get his regular flights and your back. I think everybody got an epic from the Cohen 19. They run anymore. Bars. Look at you. Look at the one beside you. You'll be, but you have to five for them. Five for yourself. I think. Cohen, 19 Do not be a long time in the world. Look for any job you want. Are you love to do just started with? If I can do, you can do 12th trivia. In what kind of a clips can the edge of the sun still be seen around the moon? Annular solar eclipse, angular lunar eclipse, penumbra lunar eclipse or total solar eclipse? This happens during an annular solar eclipse, and one will be visible this weekend, but only in the Eastern Hemisphere. So parts of Africa, the Middle East, Pakistan, northern India and southern China annular means it has the form of a ring, and this type of eclipse happens when the moon passes directly between the sun and the earth. So why doesn't the moon completely block out the sun's light like it does in a total solar eclipse? The moon's orbit around the earth isn't a perfect circle. Sometimes it's closer than others, and when it's at or near its apogee, meaning the moon is farther away from Earth. It appears smaller in the sky and doesn't cover the sun altogether in an eclipse that leaves the annular ring of sun that could be visible in this weekend celestial event. But if you're in a place where you can see it, experts say not to look directly at the eclipse without the appropriate viewing glasses. Otherwise, it can damage your eyes. A wallaby on the loose in Colorado, 10 out of 10. Surprise! That's the name of the Wallaby. Surprised he's been living at an animal sanctuary south of Denver for 10 years. But somehow he surprisingly got out two weeks ago, and earlier this week, surprise was spotted in a neighborhood 40 miles away. So to recap, in a place that's 8000 miles away from Australia, people are keeping their eyes peeled for a wayward Wallaby. Folks who haven't seen the news might see him and say, We'll be There may not be much room for him in the Colorado capital, so those on the lookout better hop to it and look forward to his rescue in surprise party off Carlos Jews. That's a wrap for this week's special summer.