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NIH: Covid-19 face masks: A potential source of microplastic fibers in the environment and your lungs

 
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NIH: Covid-19 face masks: A potential source of microplastic fibers in the environment and your lungs
Better to just click the link

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Since the emergence and detection of Covid-19 in China and its declaration as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) (Murray et al., 2020), various measures have been put in place in different countries across the world to contain the virus and its further spread. Governments at all levels have brought up different ideas, including lockdown (staying at home), which has been adjudged the most effective preventive measure so far. Others are social distancing, travel restriction, isolation, good hand hygiene (washing of hands), avoiding public or crowded spaces as well as the mass wearing of disposable face masks (Freedman, 2020; Lin et al., 2020; Chintalapudi et al., 2020). Although the disposable face masks were primarily made for the protection of health-care workers (HCWs) to prevent occupational hazards, non-medical professionals adopted the use of face masks during the outbreak of SARS in 2003 and pdm H1N1 in 2009 (Elachola et al., 2020; Yang et al., 2008). Moreso, authorities had recommended the same for the masses to stem the widespread of these viruses. In regards to the current pandemic, researchers have advocated for the use of face masks by the general public until the mode of transmission of Covid-19 is fully understood
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Re: NIH: Covid-19 face masks: A potential source of microplastic fibers in the environment and your lungs
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But of course none of these fibers can be inhaled.

Of course.
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Microplastics now discovered in lungs of constant mask wearers
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Re: NIH: Covid-19 face masks: A potential source of microplastic fibers in the environment and your lungs
How do you think they will lower CO2? Everyone already tagged inside out.





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