Continuous wearing of masks aggravates the risk of infection.
This statement is based on scientific and medical analysis.
The air, once exhaled, is heated, humidified and charged with CO2. It becomes a perfect culture medium for infectious agents (bacteria, fungi, viruses).
Studies have shown that the porosity (microscopic holes) of the masks allows exhaled germs to accumulate on the external surface of the mask. Not only do we re-inhale our own CO2, but by touching our mask all the time (an inevitable gesture), we spread germs everywhere!
Forcing everyone to wear them all the time, while the epidemic is in a process of decline, is a scientific and medical aberration!
A pharmaceutical analysis has shown that in masks for personal use, there are “staphylococci, streptococci, neisseria, bacilli which contribute to contaminatation…”
Strong scientific evidence through randomized controlled trials (RCTs) has been required to validate the efficacy and safety of hydroxychloroquine!
Surprisingly, in the case of face masks, this criterion is no longer required.
Based on existing randomized controlled trials, there is no evidence that face masks work to reduce transmission by droplets and aerosol particles in viral respiratory diseases such as influenza or colds.
Professor Denis Rancourt has conducted an extensive review of the literature on this topic.
The type of mask most widely used by the population, paper surgical masks, does not protect against viral transmission:
“A surgical mask does not provide the wearer with a reliable level of protection against inhalation of small airborne particles and is not considered respiratory protection.
Permission to wear a surgical mask made more sense when scientists initially thought that the virus (SARS-CoV-2) was spread by large droplets. But more and more research shows that the virus is spread by tiny viral particles.“
Cotton (cloth) masks worn by some people do not do any better:
“Neither surgical masks nor cotton masks effectively filtered out CoV-2 SARS when infected patients coughed. It should be noted that we found greater contamination on the outside surfaces than on the inside surfaces of the masks.
In conclusion, surgical and cotton masks appear to be ineffective in preventing the spread of SARS-CoV-2 from the cough of COVID-19 patients to the environment and to the external surface of the mask.“
Especially since masked people touch their faces more often than unmasked people.COVID-19: Continuous Wearing of Mask Aggravates Risk of Infection. “Psychological Terrorism”?