'Yet further published experimental research @brianjford to support the hypothesis that facemasks do reduce the spread of #Covid19. Where is the experimental research revealing that they do not? https://t.co/ol7EIbbzCz— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) May 17, 2020
Brian J Ford kindly shares a journal article looking at how effective masks are against Covid19
@trishgreenhalgh Folk don't cough straight into a petri dish in shops though. As nutrition advice based on what happens in a petri dish may have little to do with inside a person. They wrote— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) May 17, 2020
"We do not know whether masks shorten the travel distance of droplets during coughing."
Let's not exaggerate the risk. https://t.co/VoIEtJYPji— Oscar Blaketon (@OscarBlaketon) May 17, 2020
Well it may not be deliberate. But, following your observation. let's ask a telling question:— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) May 17, 2020
"If Covid19 had worst mortality impact by far on young, rich and white people (rather than the old, the poor and black/minority ethnic populations) would the policy making be different? https://t.co/nlg7IS3jwa