Mayo Clinic Mask Study

With vaccines on the brink of being rolled out it is conceivable that we can have a post-COVID summer next year, but we need to try to avoid spreading the virus in the meantime. A new Mayo Clinic Study shows that two unmasked people have a 100 percent chance of exposure at 1 foot apart, 17 percent exposure at 3 feet apart, and 3 percent exposure at 6 feet apart. With both people masked there’s a 0.5 percent exposure risk even at just 1 foot apart. Even if you yourself are feeling bulletproof, this is about protecting others.

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vicarious

about 10 months ago

How is this fear-based propaganda Duluth-centric?

vicarious

about 10 months ago

Maybe a tiny bit of “Vaccine Messiah” background would be helpful.

Just thinking out loud.

vicarious

about 10 months ago

Huh, why is there a government-mandated Vaccine Injury Fund?

Weird.

vicarious

about 10 months ago

Huh, why is there a government-mandated Vaccine Injury Fund?

Weird, right Dave?

vicarious

about 10 months ago

Dave, tell me everything you understand about the viruses and vaccines.

Helmut Flaag

about 10 months ago

Vicarious, I think your motherboard may have imploded. Or it could be a bad fuse or capacitor. Check the connections.

vicarious

about 10 months ago

Goddamn aliens fucked with my inbox.

In the meantime, here’s someone to project ego/body-death fears onto.

Dave Sorensen

about 10 months ago

"An ethic, ecologically, is a limit on freedom of action in the struggle for existence. An ethic, philosophically, is a differentiation of social from anti-social conduct. These are two definitions of one thing."
 - Aldo Leopold
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