New study shows effectiveness of different face masks

Researchers at the Florida Atlantic University compared a single-layer bandana, an over-the-counter cone shaped mask and a homemade two-layered quilting cotton mask.
0:29 | 07/01/20

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The new study about face snacks catch your attention today researchers at Florida Atlantic University creating this animation showing the effectiveness of different types of mask. They used Dominican to simulate coughing or sneezing and a laser tech how far the droplets Strobl. Eight feet with no mask. They tasted several kinds of masks a single layer bandanna the droplets went three and a half feet and over the counter code sheet massed about eight inches. And the whole made to lyrical can cotton mask the best one so far only two point. Five inches.

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