Despite several studies showing that facemasks, particularly the cloth ones, basically do nothing to stop the spread of COVID, the NY Post is reporting that the UK is requiring students to wear masks during the significantly milder Omicron surge.
Effective, Sunday, Nov. 28, 2021, California’s Santa Cruz County will require people to wear facemasks in private homes, even if everyone is fully vaccinated.
A recent study published in the Southern Medical Journal reports that the use of facemasks did little to stop the spread of COVID, reduce hospitalizations and even deaths from COVID.
According to an article in New York magazine, a large study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in 2020 concluded that there was no significant difference in COVID rates between elementary schools that required the use of facemasks and schools that didn’t.
According to a study out of the University of Waterloo in Canada, the popular blue surgical masks made from cloth that were used around the world to prevent the spread of COVID were only 10% effective in stopping the virus.
Within 24 hours of imposing a facemask mandate on the serfs of her city, Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser was caught breaking the same rules as she officiated an indoor wedding.
Governments and public health authorities have mandated that people had to wear masks, even outside in some instances, to stop the spread of COVID. The following COVID mask quiz provides a chart of daily COVID case counts of several countries over the past several months and asks you to pick the date when the country implemented its mask mandate.
The state of Oregon requires people to wear masks outside even while participating in sports, and the stupidity of that political decision was exposed during a recent high school event when a runner wearing a mask collapsed at the end of the race.
With Texas taking the lead stating it was lifting its COVID facemask requirements and allowing businesses to function at 100% capacity, four other states have followed suit stating they will end the need for facemasks when out in public. This was in response to rising vaccination rates and declining numbers of COVID cases. In addition, the Democrat Governor of Connecticut, Ned Lamont, has announced that stores can return to 100% capacity, but its facemask requirement remains in place. CBN explains: Meanwhile, a number of states are lifting restrictions as new cases and hospitalizations have plunged. Gov. Ned Lamont (D) of the blue state of Connecticut announced he’s lifting nearly all limits on businesses – returning to full capacity at restaurants, hair salons, and gyms. Five states: Alabama, Mississippi, Iowa, Montana, and Texas have all lifted their mask mandates. “Texans have mastered the safe strategies – they don’t need an order from Austin, Texas telling them what to do,” says Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX). READ: 5 States Lift Mask Mandates and Even This Blue State Lifted …
At a recent new conference in Ontario, Canada, Dr Barbara Yaffe told the people getting vaccinated in that province for COVID will still need to wear facemasks, because it is uncertain if the vaccine would protect people from the virus.
Many people are protesting the restrictions we live under, with the COVID 19 pandemic. I work with the public, and recently a woman talked back to me and protested me. I am trained to wear a mask and use disinfectants; we have safety procedures, and I think they are good. I think we are all safer with the procedures and disinfectants, and I can still do my work. One woman protested that face masks cause distress for the client I was talking to. The woman took out her phone and found a government web site with information for people who have problems with masks. If you are wondering, I didn’t look to verify the information. The place was isolated and there were no known cases of COVID 19 for many miles. I carefully disinfected myself and made sure my mask was in position, and I finished my work, and I cleaned myself carefully after. The risk was small, and those people made their own decisions about their safety. I did not want to be a …