Of course, it is true that masks don’t work perfectly, don’t replace hand-washing and social distancing, and work better if they fit properly. And, of course, surgical masks (the disposable type that surgeons wear) don’t filter out small viral particles like medical-grade respirator masks rated N95 and above. However, surgical masks protect a bit more than not wearing masks at all. We know from flu research that mask-wearing can help decrease transmission rates along with frequent hand-washing and social distancing.
The World Health Organization recommends using face masks in these cases:
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