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16/9/2020, · Fact check:Document claiming to show ,CDC, guidance about ,masks, is a fake. The ,CDC, notes that higher-quality “N95 respirators do provide protection from wildfire ,smoke,” but that “they might be ...
14/9/2020, · As noted in the tweet below, the ,CDC, is getting lots of criticism and bad press for the statement that cloth ,masks,”do not catch small, harmful particles” part of their announcement. As pointed out in Red State , a quick google search will tell you that Coronavirus particles are .12 microns in size (or up to 1.2 microns) and the harmful particles in ,smoke, are .4 to .7 microns.
16/9/2020, · Instead of cloth ,masks,, the ,CDC, notes that properly fitted N95 respirators do protect against wildfire ,smoke,.. However, N95 ,masks, are often in short supply, as they’re in high demand among health care workers. TRENDING: Trump Campaign Files Suit in Arizona Claiming Election Day In-Person Ballots Were Rejected Indeed, California state guidelines read: “Most people should wear a cloth ,mask,.
11/9/2020, · While N95 ,masks, will protect up to 95% of particles, down to .1 microns in size. A quick Google search will tell us that ,smoke, particles and debris are usually .4 to .7 microns in size. According to the ,CDC,, cloth ,masks, are not effective in stopping materials that size.
They just told us that ,smoke, particulates are too small to be stopped by a cloth ,mask,. While N95 ,masks, will protect up to 95% of particles, down to .1 microns in size. A quick Google search will tell us that ,smoke, particles and debris are usually .4 to .7 microns in size. According to the ,CDC,, cloth ,masks, are not effective in stopping materials that size.
The ,CDC, tweeted, “Cloth ,masks, that are used to slow the spread of #COVID-19 by blocking respiratory droplets offer little protection against #wildfire ,smoke,. Limit your time outside when it’s smoky.” Wearing cloth ,masks, in public can help stop the spread of #COVID19, but cloth ,masks, won’t protect you from small particles in #wildfire ,smoke,.
Social media posts claim the US ,Centers for Disease Control, and Prevention (,CDC,) contradicted itself by advising people to wear cloth ,masks, against the novel coronavirus while also saying ,masks, do not stop ,smoke, inhalation during a wildfire. These claims are misleading; the agency explained that a ,mask, is recommended to contain respiratory droplets, which are larger than ,smoke, particles.
15/9/2020, · THE FACTS: Social media posts are misrepresenting information by the U.S. ,Centers for Disease Control, and Prevention regarding ,masks, and wildfires to claim that ,masks, do not work.. The ,CDC, recently updated its guidance on wildfires to include information about the coronavirus. On the page titled “Wildfire ,Smoke, and COVID-19,” the agency said that cloth ,masks, would not protect anyone from ...
On their web page, Wildfire ,Smoke, and COVID-19, the ,CDC, explains that, with no added emphasis from National File, “Cloth ,masks, will not protect you from wildfire ,smoke,. “Although N95 respirators do provide protection from wildfire ,smoke,,” the ,CDC, explains, “They might be in short supply as frontline healthcare workers use them during the pandemic.”