Neither does single masking to stop a virus unless it is military quality, and worn right, airtight seal.
So why this red Russian Ratschild’s monkey show?
The Ole Inquisitive Dog!
Many Americans are asking themselves: Is double making offering more protection against COVID-19 than a single mask?
To answer that question, we ask readers: Does anyone wear two condoms?
The answer is probably no. But members of the Biden administration and at least one state governor are touting the extra benefits of double masking.
Last month, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the president and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, initially said, “there’s no data that indicates that that is going to make a difference.” He then flip-flopped, saying that the CDC is investigating “whether two masks may be better than one” and added that “it makes common sense”… and added that the reason they have not recommended it until now is that “they are a science-based organization.”
Fauci then added, unscientifically, “if one mask serves as a physical barrier, it makes common sense, and certainly can’t hurt and might help to wear two masks.”
This week, California Governor Gavin Newsom also doubled-down (literally) on double making following Texas and Mississippi actions to go maskless.
“We will be doubling down on mask-wearing,” said Newsom on Thursday, “not arguing to follow the example of Texas and other states that I think are making a terrible mistake.”
According to Reuters, science doesn’t bode well for the folks pushing double masks.
A Japanese supercomputer simulation showed this week that wearing two layers of masks provided minimal benefit in blocking the virus.
A study released by scientific research institute Riken and Kobe University on Thursday contradict Fauci and Newsom’s recommendations that double masking is “common sense.”
“Researchers used the Fugaku supercomputer to model the flow of virus particles from people wearing different types and combinations of mask,” according to Reuters.