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A study involving more than 340,000 people in Bangladesh offers some of the strongest real-world evidence yet  can help communities slow the spread of Covid-19.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/largest-study-masks-yet-details-023712519.html

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With students finally headed back to school for the fall, debate is raging nationwide over whether K-12 children should be required to wear face masks to reduce the spread of COVID-19. But a peer-reviewed study suggests that mask use and requirements during the pandemic had no substantial impact on reducing the spread of the virus.

Researchers from the University of Louisville examined COVID-19 case growth and mask use in the United States, comparing states with mask mandates to states without, and found that "mask mandates and use likely did not affect COVID-19 case growth."


https://www.theblaze.com/news/study-mask-mandates-no-substantial-effect-covid-spread

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Hal-a-freakin’-lu-yah. It’s time to stop this nonsense.

And holy garbanzo beans, the study is peer reviewed, the gold standard of societal evolution!
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With students finally headed back to school for the fall, debate is raging nationwide over whether K-12 children should be required to wear face masks to reduce the spread of COVID-19. But a peer-reviewed study suggests that mask use and requirements during the pandemic had no substantial impact on reducing the spread of the virus.

Researchers from the University of Louisville examined COVID-19 case growth and mask use in the United States, comparing states with mask mandates to states without, and found that "mask mandates and use likely did not affect COVID-19 case growth."


https://www.theblaze.com/news/study-mask-mandates-no-substantial-effect-covid-spread

That was all that was needed to make Wolf mandate masks in school and remove
each school from deciding for themselves. And talking into a mic wearing a mask of his own.

All sorts of lawsuits now across the commonwealth.

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