Avyanna Dream Site Admin
@admin · Posted 29 Jan. 2021
Would you consider wearing two masks because of the notion that a virus would have a tougher time getting through two layers than one?
Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 30 Jan. 2021
Masks don't work in the sense that they want them to. Masks are more for protecting others than ourselves. The Japanese have done this for a long time in Japan. If you have a cold of any sort, you wear a mask in public to protect others. When it comes to protecting yourself, you need to do that with diet, exercise and making sure you have good levels of Vitamin C and D3. They have shown studies that people who have the virus the worst are D deficient and have low levels of C.
@ShaneDunk · Posted 29 Jan. 2021
Two masks may provide greater protection from the spread of the novel coronavirus, but experts say it depends on the quality of the masks and the way they’re worn.
@Hina · Posted 30 Jan. 2021
Wearing a mask means covering our self physically from viruses around us, may you put one stratum or another means you are more concerned about your health and very effectively aware, thinking about protection. Everyone must clean the hands before wearing a mask; take it off and each time when you touch it, cover your mouth, nose properly with the mask otherwise, it is useless.
@Nancymac · Posted 29 Jan. 2021
It is not just wearing a mask, but a mask with a filter again helps cut down on the amount of barrier it can provide, even putting in a clean coffee filter or a paper towel into a fabric mask helps. Any type of barrier is a start and since not being close to anyone, social distancing, thinking about where you are going, is a step in the right direction.