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Probably to wear a mask in enclosed areas in places where there is large community transmission - the same thing us sensible people knew from back in February and March.April then.
What month are we in now? And yes, a difference of a few months matters in this context.
Right now, today, what is the advice of these bodies?
The experts have had a bad pandemic. The WHO were telling countries not to close their borders in February, but the strategy of border shutdown is a big part of why Australia and New Zealand never had an initial outbreak.Probably to wear a mask in enclosed areas in places where there is large community transmission - the same thing us sensible people knew from back in February and March.
Good to see our health bodies now issuing different advice after the once-in-a-century global pandemic horse has bolted.
What a shame you didn't start your thread back in February or March! We could have saved so many lives. Just a shame it wasn't a left-wing totem them, and so you weren't really interested.
Mostly from close range transmission indoors either airborne or surface. You are not going to get it walking your dog or taking a stroll on the beach.How do you think viruses are transmitted?
Like most things, it depends.Do masks work if you have a beard?
Good article and a classic graphic.Like most things, it depends.
Men's beards could render face masks useless — one surprisingly comprehensive graphic from the CDC reveals why 'walrus' is fine but 'mutton chops' won't doDifferent kinds of facial hair can prevent the necessary impenetrable seal from being formed. This graphic shows if your facial hair puts you at risk.www.businessinsider.com
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This is about respirators though.
When you’re diving, if you’ve got a beard you use something like petroleum jelly on your beard to make your mask seal properly.
And he has outted himself as a Trump supporter!Pete Evans has killed off a lucrative media career with his quackery. It's sad to see.
I can see the issue here.Hahahaha, OK then. "No, GoldenSky, please don't look at all these supposedly reputable organisations, many actually charged with protecting public health, saying this stuff during the actual spread of the pandemic; no please look at what they are saying now after the horse has bolted, without providing any reasoning as to why their evidence has changed so drastically or why their previous evidence was incorrect".
Embarrassing stuff. But anyways, I agree, we need a spotters guide to anti-maskers - can you please add these organisations to your list? Important to know who, during a pandemic, was putting out false and non-nonsensical information.