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Old 03-29-2020, 12:44 PM
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[QUOTE=CiaoKing;24056416]I’m NOT thrilled with the idea about gov’t mandating it; but I’m all for practicing the use of masks while traveling, within a crowded area.

Custom masks aren’t that difficult to make.

https://youtu.be/VcQ69_ANsRA


Maybe we should take a page from S. Korea’s playbook in dealing with this mess:

https://youtu.be/gAk7aX5hksU. ]

Thank you, I was just going to post this.
This is a VERY IMPORTANT you tube video interview from a S. Korea infectious disease chief. Apolitical, objective, and realistic — and he recommends masks ( properly used, and clean).

Our governments have not been recommending using masks because so far we have not had enough of them, rather than because we have evidence showing they do not help, though they were hesitant to admit that because it would have caused even more of a run on masks. They wanted to save them for health care workers, (there is indeed a reason they are recommended there — sometimes walls do work!) and discourage hoarding.

Masks are likely especially important if the 6 foot social zone is not big enough and a much bigger distance may be needed to avoid aerosolized virus from getting to your mouth and nose if people sneeze or cough:


https://qwiket.com/context/channel/q...s-not-enough-0
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