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You can read the full WHO document pertaining to Masks here, but the biggest change is that the WHO now recommends that the public wear masks in pretty much any gathering situation. In addition, those who are over the age of 60 or have underlying health issues should now wear medical masks ( those of us who live in California are quite aware that using any medical mask or respirator is a big no-no – we’re only supposed to wear cloth masks). Personally, I have little faith in anything the WHO publishes as long as Tedros leads it, and if I’m being honest, feel the entire organization needs an enema to restore credibility. Masks are something I’ve worn and advocated friends and family to wear for nearly 4 months now – in fact, I wore a mask in January when I arrived back in LA. But an update is an update is an update. So…here’s the update
This is the easiest table to read from the document
And here is the definition of a medical mask.
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