As the political and medical elite call for a return to mandatory masks this fall to fight off the seventh, eighth, or ninth COVID wave (pick a number), yet another study proves, once again, that masks simply don’t work.
Peter Collignon, an infectious disease professor at Australian National University, came to that conclusion after comparing the number of COVID cases in New Zealand and Singapore with what is happening in Australia.
Though both Singapore and New Zealand have mandatory masking, the number of COVID cases are significantly higher than in Australia, where in most settings facemasks aren’t required.
Collingwood posted his result on Twitter, along with the word, “They (facemasks) don’t matter.”
As The Daily Mail explains:
“Masks are worn everywhere in the densely-populated Asian city while New Zealanders are forced to wear them in all indoor public places, such as shopping centres and libraries.
“But both now have higher case numbers per million than Australia, where compulsory mask rules have been abandoned in most indoor settings.“
Yet, despite the obvious difference, Australia’s elitists are demanding a return to masks.
Earlier studies also showed facemasks don’t work
A few studies also revealed why facemasks don’t work
COVID changed from a health pandemic into a political one months ago.