CDC study finds two masks are better than one vs. COVID-19

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CDC study finds two masks are better than one vs. COVID-19

A government study released on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021, finds that wearing two masks can better than one, in protecting against coronavirus infection. But health officials are stopping short of recommending that everyone double-up. “The first challenge is to get as many as people as possible masking. And then for those that do mask, to help them get the best benefit out of that mask,” said Dr. John Brooks of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

CDC study finds two masks are better than one vs. COVID-19

A government study released on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021, finds that wearing two masks can better than one, in protecting against coronavirus infection. But health officials are stopping short of recommending that everyone double-up. “The first challenge is to get as many as people as possible masking. And then for those that do mask, to help them get the best benefit out of that mask,” said Dr. John Brooks of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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