CDC says those who wear N95, KN95 masks are 83% less likely to test positive
A new study out from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows how effective masks are in keeping us safe.
According to the agency, those who wear N95 and KN95 masks are 83% less likely to test positive for COVID-19.
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Those who wear regular surgical masks, are 66% less likely to contract the virus. Those who wore cloth masks were 56% less likely to contract the virus.
The study confirms what health experts have been saying recently about the importance of wearing masks, especially N95s or KN95s.