Wednesday, November 18, 2020

New Scientific Study on Face Masks and Covid-19: No Significant Protection

By Timothy Gamble

11-18-2020 -  A large scientific study conducted in Denmark has found that wearing a face mask provides no significant protection against Covid-19. The study consisted of 6,000 people put into randomized groups (with and without face masks), and found that the difference in the number of cases between the two groups was "statistically insignificant." The study is published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. 

Past scientific studies have found that face masks do offer some (~80%) protection against bacteria, but very little or no protection against viruses because viruses are much smaller than bacteria and pass easily through cloth barriers. This new study just confirms what science already knew prior to Covid-19. Will politicians, bureaucrats, and activists follow the science and ease-up on their face mask regulations? Or will they continue to ignore science in order to maintain their control?  


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