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Why is the seemingly simple science of masks so complicated?

Coronacast 12 de octubre de 2020 21

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Masks are back in the spotlight as Victoria has tightened its guidelines about what face coverings are allowed.

Originally, people were allowed to use a face mask, scarf, bandana or face shield — but not anymore. Now only fitted face masks are allowed.

Throughout the pandemic there has been mixed messaging on how important they are in the fight against COVID-19.

Today, what you need to know about face shields and washing masks to help protect yourself and others.

Also on today’s research roundup episode:

* A study on if a baby can catch coronavirus from breast milk

* A study on the best way to point the nose swab used for COVID testing

* Can SARS-CoV-2 develop resistance to the drug Remdesivir

* The best way to communicate social-distancing and other public health messages

* And what do we know about getting infected by SARS-CoV-2 from meat

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