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Americans Are Now Learning What People in East Asia Already Knew About Masks


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention conceded in an announcement on Friday that cloth masks do not protect against the coronavirus as effectively as surgical masks or respirators.

In East Asia, a pronouncement like that would not be necessary because it is already common knowledge.

The region’s mask-wearing customs vary because each country has responded over the years to different sets of epidemiological and environmental threats. But this much is clear: Surgical masks have…



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