In the UK, face masks are compulsory in a range of settings, including public transport and shops.
It is used to reduce the spread of coronavirus and will become mandatory in more places from August 8.
So now more Brits are covering up, one thing for sure is that they can become irritating with glasses on.
If you wear specs then you will have definitely experienced foggy glasses while wearing a face mask.
And luckily there is a way to avoid this slight problem.
Two doctors from the medical journal Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England suggested four simple steps.
Step 1: Wash your hands
Washing your hands is important to stop the spread of infection, so before you do anything make sure your clean.
Step 2: Lather up your lenses
Wet your glasses and rub a little bit of soap on the lenses. Be gentle and thorough but careful you don't scratch the lenses.
Step 3: Rinse
Wash all the soap off your lenses, ensuring no suds are left behind.
Step 4: Dry
Gently dry your glasses with a clean towel or lens cloth.
So there you have it, the soap and water should act as a coat or film, clinging onto your lenses to reduce surface tension.
But as not everyone is able to wear a face mask, there are 11 excuses police have to accept under new law.
For example, children under the age of 11 do not need to wear coverings and those who have a disability.