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The myth of wearing masks dispelled by Dr. Myasnikov

The myth of wearing masks dispelled by Dr. Myasnikov
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The head of the information center for monitoring the situation with the coronavirus Alexander Myasnikov dispelled another myth about wearing masks. A message was circulated in the networks that supposedly one side of the mask was needed to protect itself, and the reverse - to protect others.

Some believe that if a person is sick, then the mask should be worn with the white side to face - this is how people around are protected. If you want to protect yourself, then you need to wear the mask with the back side. Alexander Myasnikov called these conjectures nonsense and a new feature of conspiracy theory. A doctor’s request appeared on YouTube channel stopkoronavirus.rf.

At the same time, Myasnikov noted that you can wear the mask on either side, the main thing is that the rib with the retainer fit snugly against the nose. Microbes will accumulate equally on both the blue and white sides of the mask.

Earlier Alexander Myasnikov denied coronavirus epidemic, considering that she will not come to Russia, and after that she predicted more terrible epidemicsthan coronavirus. He later questioned the meaning of mass testing, writes RBC. He said that anyone who was supposed to die would die. After his words circulated to the media, he said in his Telegram channel that his words had been distorted and taken out of context.
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