A recent overlooked study published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that cloth coverings or masks are mostly ineffective in preventing the spread of the Chinese coronavirus, as health officials advocate public.
The CDC conducted the study, largely ignored by the media, in the United States in July and made its findings public in September. He compared 154 “case-patients”, those who tested positive for COVID-19 (coronavirus disease), and a control group of 160 “participant-controls”, those who were symptomatic but tested negative.
CDC researchers looked at participants who reported wearing a mask or fabric face mask at least 14 days before the onset of illness, which falls within the agency’s estimated 2-14 day incubation period. .
The researchers found that 71% of case-patients contracted the virus despite “always” wearing a face mask or cloth mask at least 14 days before the onset of the disease, and 14% contracted the virus. despite the fact that they “often” wear it at least 14 days before the onset of the disease.
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This indicates that 85% of the COVID-19 study participants contracted the virus even after always (71%) or often (14%) wearing a face mask or mask, suggesting that the masks are not entirely effective in preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
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