Masks can help reduce the spread of coronavirus by interfering with the spread of virus droplets ejected from the nose and mouth. At present, governments around the world have implemented compulsory measures for wearing masks, imposing fines under certain circumstances to help reduce the spread of the virus, and encouraging everyone to wear masks in public places.
Current research on the spread of coronavirus emphasizes that it is an airborne disease. Although research results have been verified: nearly half of the infected people will not show any symptoms, these asymptomatic virus carriers will continue to spread pathogens while breathing. If there is no clear way to determine who is infected and who is not, people can reduce the infection rate by assuming that everyone can transmit. Even if you are not carrying the virus, wearing a mask is a sign of solidarity, which makes it more acceptable to others.
What kind of mask should I wear?
It is recommended to wear medical-grade protective masks, such as KIEYYUEL disposable medical masks, KN95 and above protective masks, they can effectively and perfectly intercept the possibility of viruses in the air to another person.
Will wearing a mask make my breathing difficult?
Although there is no direct evidence, wearing a mask for a long time will indeed affect the wearer’s oxygen intake or reduce the wearer’s ability to release carbon dioxide. Wearing a mask for a long time will cause symptoms such as dizziness, breathing difficulties and even suffocation. If there is no virus infection, one should take off the mask to breathe.
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