Masks Debunked With Common Sense in 20 Seconds - Jody Bruchon
(Originally posted June 25, 2020) Mask laws are trash. Enjoy your droplet transmissions, Karen, but keep your laws off my body. For the naysayers, sorry to disappoint you, but here are sources that say I'm right:
Coronaviruses can spread on aerosols. https://www.nap.edu/read/25769/chapter/1 - "...the presence of viral RNA in air droplets and aerosols indicates the possibility of viral transmission via these routes...An airflow modeling study following the SARS-CoV-1 outbreak in Hong Kong in the early 2000s supports the potential for transmission via bioaerosols. In that study, the significantly increased risk of infection to residents on higher floors of a building that was home to an infected individual indicated to the researchers a pattern of infection consistent with a rising plume of contaminated warm air."
The risk of spread (by aerosol droplets) is not low enough to not matter. https://www.livescience.com/coronavirus-can-spread-as-an-aerosol.html - "It's now clear that aerosol risks are not negligible for everyday people, particularly in poorly-ventilated indoor areas," Morris wrote in a tweet posted March 31. That said, hospital settings still carry a "particularly elevated risk for aerosol transmission" of SARS-CoV-2, he noted.
Aerosol transmission of coronavirus can greatly exceed the current social distancing guideline of 6 feet by more than double. https://medicalxpress.com/news/2020-04-exhaled-aerosols-coronavirus-feetand-virus.html - "And what about the air people breathe? The closer to an infected patient, the more likely an air sample was to come up positive, Guo's group said. "Virus-laden aerosols were mainly concentrated near and downstream from the patients," the team reported. But tiny airborne aerosols could travel farther than the 6 feet now recommended in most social distancing advisories. In fact, "the maximum transmission distance of [coronavirus] aerosol might be 4 meters (13 feet)," Guo's group reported."
The virus can, in fact, survive floating around in the air: https://bgr.com/2020/03/20/coronavirus-update-how-long-does-it-survive-on-surfaces-and-in-air/ - "The virus that causes the COVID-19 disease can survive for up to three hours in the air, and up to three days on certain surfaces."
Ignoring the entire mask effectiveness debate, the disease's death rate has been consistently collapsing since April 21 and the death rate per capita is so low that the variance is almost indistinguishable from statistical noise, and increases in cases fail to correlate to more deaths in any way: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ - New daily deaths in the United States from novel coronavirus: Apr 21 avg = 2,255; Jul 3 avg = 558. https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/north-carolina/ - New daily deaths in North Carolina from novel coronavirus: only 7 days where the rolling average exceeds 20 daily deaths, with the latest rolling average dropping to 10 as of this writing...in a state of 10 million people with 94,000 deaths per year or 257.5 daily deaths on average prior to coronavirus.
Masks can't save lives that won't end in the first place.
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