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Mask’s Don’t work Unless Rated N-95 +, Covid-19 is 0.01 Microns in Diameter it slips right through the cloth and surgical masks, it is not effected by the brownian diffusion and electrostatic cling effects from the typical face coverings so saying wear a mask is useless and scientifically stupid.. Covid was first discovered in 1965. google it! “Scientists first identified a human coronavirus in 1965. It caused a mild common cold!”

You will hear a lot about N95 respirators and other such masks. But what does N95 mean?

What are the specifications? Does it actually help prevent the spread of the virus?

The “N” in N95 stands for “Not Oil Resistant.” Typically, there are three letter designations for these kinds of masks. The other two designations are “R” and “P.” These letters mean “Resistant to Oil” and “Oil Proof.” Normally, you do not have to worry about anything other than the “N” unless you are working with or near oil related substances that may be harmful to your body.

The “95” stands for 95% efficient at 0.3 microns. This means that the filter media is effective at filtering 95% of airborne particles as long as they are larger than 0.3 microns in diameter. Along with N95 masks, there are also N99 and N100. Since it is virtually impossible to completely filter out all the harmful particles in the air, if a mask demonstrates an efficiency of 99.97% at 0.3 microns, it is rated as N100. Keep in mind, these types of respirators are not recommended for use by the public. Non-patient civilians have been instructed to wear cloth masks or disposable surgical masks.


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