Facemasks do not prevent virus transmission and have adverse effects, says NIH study

U.S. 04/20/21, 15:53

A study published on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) website strongly refutes the effectiveness of facemasks in preventing human-to-human transmission of the CCP virus. "The data suggest that both medical and non-medical facemasks are ineffective to block human-to-human transmission of viral and infectious disease such SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, supporting against ...

Michigan on the podium of absurdity: Forcing two-year-olds to wear facemasks

04/17/21, 16:30

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) on Friday extended its epidemic restrictions for at least a month and deepened its requirements regarding the use of facemasks. In Michigan, the use of facemasks was mandatory for all citizens over the age of five. In Friday's update, they announced ...

Canada recalls millions of face masks containing harmful health hazards

U.S. 04/05/21, 15:55

The Canadian Department of Health (Health Canada) has recently banned the marketing and free delivery in hospitals of masks containing graphene, which are being investigated by health authorities for suspected serious health consequences.  As reported in an official report from the health agency, the agency is advising people not to wear masks with ...

Scientists concerned about toxic substances in commonly used face masks

04/02/21, 15:33

German scientists have discovered dangerous chemical substances in some of the masks on sale and used by the general public. The masks are mandatory in many countries to prevent the alleged infection and spread of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus. They are also concerned that the continued use of these ...

US: Study reveals ineffectiveness of mask use

News 12/23/20, 10:54

Mandates to use masks for the virus, supported by the governments of several U.S. states, are proving counterproductive to their goal of stopping the spread, according to a study published by RationalGround.com, a clearinghouse for COVID-19, led by a group of database analysts. The research took into account a period of ...

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