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What is the best mask for COVID-19? A mechanical engineer explains the science after 2 years of testing masks in his lab

By Christian L'Orange, Assistant Research Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Colorado State University
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The CDC’s updated mask guidelines say that cloth masks offer the least protection from COVID-19. Differences in the materials masks are made from and the ways they fit are the reason.The Conversation

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