80%+ of People Wearing Masks Would Result in 1/12th Infection Rate

When you see footage or photos from S. Korea, China, or Japan, one thing stands out immediately. Everyone is wearing a mask. Children, the elderly, middle-aged individuals, men, women. Everyone. Up until today there was not much science that had been done around the subject in America. A new team has modeled infection rates with […]

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Overview(As of 5/10) of Possible Coronavirus Complications

SARS-CoV-2, known more colloquially as the “novel coronavirus” is exactly that – novel. It is novel in it’s biological properties, how lang it can survive outside of a host, how far it spreads in the air, the way it can accumulate in environments. The most novel part by far, however, is the sheer variety of […]

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Scientists Find Best Home Materials for Masks

Finally! peer-reviewed research from the American Chemical Association giving an in-depth overview of the effectiveness of DIY mask materials. The most important takeaways are – Masks need to be sealed to be effective. Surgical style masks and bandannas provide ample airflow through the sides and lose the vast majority of their filtration power simply to […]

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