According to a German study of nearly 26,000 school-aged children, masks are causing children to breathe in air with nearly 14,000 ppm of CO2 (13,120 ppm to 13,910 ppm). According to the report, this is six times higher than the recommended safe levels. One seven-year-old student actually recorded 25,000 ppm of CO2.
The children in the schools were being forced to wear masks for an average of 270 minutes, according to the study published in JAMA (American Medical Association).
The study noted that children were experiencing these high levels of CO2 within three minutes of putting on their masks.
NoTrickZone (NTZ) writes:
In the German study scientists measured average CO2 values in the inhaled air to be between 13,120 and 13,910 ppm for OP and FFP2 masks. This is a level that is six times higher than what the Federal Environmental Agency calls unacceptable. “This value is reached after three minutes under the mask,” the authors said, “Children wear this mask in schools for an average of 270 minutes.”
NTZ also reports what the Wisconsin Department of Heath had to say about high levels of CO2:
2,000–5,000 ppm: this level is associated with headaches, sleepiness, and stagnant, stale, stuffy air. Poor concentration, loss of attention, increased heart rate and slight nausea may also be present.
The Blaze also reported on the study adding:
The authors of the study noted that normal open air has approximately 0.04% carbon dioxide by volume (400 parts per million), and the German Federal Environmental Office states that the limit for closed rooms is 0.2% (2,000 ppm), and anything higher is unacceptable, Fox News reported.
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