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A new study has proven Face masks don’t restrict oxygen or contribute to carbon dioxide build-up

A new study has proven Face masks don’t restrict oxygen or contribute to carbon dioxide build-up
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A new study out of Florida has proven Face masks do not restrict oxygen or cause a carbon dioxide build-up. Mask or no mask there were no differences in levels of oxygen or carbon dioxide even for people with severely damaged lungs.

The study also solidified the fact that wearing a mask helps keep people from spreading and from catching COVID-19 which is even more important for people who already have trouble breathing.

 

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