A new study out of Denmark shows that masks do little to stop the spread of viral infections, and like clockwork, “science” has censored the news.
According to JustTheNews, the study found that face coverings are ineffective in stopping coronavirus.
Multiple journals reject major mask study amid hints that it shows masks don’t stop COVID | Just The News https://t.co/P9v388vzYP
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) October 24, 2020
The study followed 6,000 Danes, half who wore their masks outside their homes in all circumstances, and half who did not.
But none of the many scientific journals will publish the results. Why? Because, as hinted by members of the group that carried out the research, it goes against the grain of those who claim mask-wearing is a panacea.
The researchers have not directly said in public that their study debunks mask wearing because their study is still going through “peer review.” But what they are saying is hint enough that the study does not substantiate the effectiveness of masks, JTN wrote.
This is far from the only study to find that masks do nothing to protect people from viral infections.
In 2019, the World Health Organization itself published a study that said that masks are ineffective.
The 2019 proclamation came after a study looking at “non-pharmaceutical public health measures for mitigating the risk and impact of epidemic and pandemic influenza.” That paper undertook a “systematic review of the evidence on the effectiveness of [non-pharmaceutical interventions], including personal protective measures, environmental measures, social distancing measures and travel-related measures.”
The study employed ten separate studies which found there was “no evidence that face masks are effective in reducing transmission of laboratory-confirmed influenza.”
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