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CDC Study: Schools requiring facemasks didn’t have statistically significant lower COVID rates than schools that didn’t

According to an article in New York Magazine, a large study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) late last year concluded that there was no significant difference in COVID rates between elementary schools that required the use of facemasks and schools that didn’t.

FEE reports that CDC analyzed the COVID rates in 169 school in Georgia between November 16 to December 11, 2020 involving about 90,000 students.

And in addition to seeing no statistically difference in COVID infection rates, the study also found that schools not requiring facemasks did not report more outbreaks than schools that did.

READ: CDC: Schools With Mask Mandates Didn’t See Statistically Significant Different Rates of COVID Transmission From Schools With Optional Policies

Of course, this is not surprising since a massive Danish study last year, that was banned on social media because it was not supporting governments’ current propaganda efforts, also concluded that masks made no significant difference in stopping the spread of COVID. READ: Two top Oxford academics accuse Facebook of censorship for branding their article on whether masks work ‘false information’

And a facemask study out of Canada explained why the hugely popular blue masks were ineffective in stopping the spread of COVID. READ: Blue surgical face masks are only 10% effective in preventing COVID infection, new study finds

A German study also concluded that students required to wear facemasks at schools were experiencing levels of CO2 that were higher than those recommended by the German government’s environmental agency. The study recommended that students should not be required to wear facemasks at school. READ Study finds high carbon dioxide levels in kids who wear face masks, concludes: ‘Children should not be forced to wear face masks’

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