Americans may have to just get used to wearing masks for the next “several years,” according to a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Eric Toner. He said it’s the best defense against coronavirus, along with social distancing, until a vaccine becomes available.
DMLNewsApp and TeamDML.com founder Dennis Michael Lynch said, “It’s all speculation and fear mongering in my opinion. People spread colds and flu all the time, and we don’t shut down the country or wear a mask. We really need better leadership both in government positions and in the health industry. Meanwhile, when will all these brainiacs tout the immune system? Answer is they won’t do it. Why? Because they can’t make money off healthy people, and nobody makes ‘series’ or ‘films’ about people being healthy. ”
In respose to the report, we asked you: “Would Americans be willing to wear face masks for ‘several’ years?” An overwhelming majority, 94%, of poll takers answered, “No way, Americans won’t stand for that!” 4% answered, “Yes, people will eventually get used to it.” Dani commented on the poll, saying, “I will never get used to or wear a mask for the sake of fear of dying. We know that a handkerchief or $5 dust mask does not stop microdroplets from getting into your system. I’m just concerned that many of us will succumb to the MSM and Social Media’s fear-mongering campaign since it’s all they talk about 24/7. Many of us are sheep, if not all in one way or another.”
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