‘Masks, Distancing Don't Give Full Protection'

The Morning Standard|June 2, 2020

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‘Masks, Distancing Don't Give Full Protection'
Findings part of a study for which researchers in a first systematically examined the optimum use of the protective measures

Keeping at least one metre distance from other people as well as wearing face coverings and eye protection, in and outside of health-care settings, could be the best way to reduce the chance of viral infection or Covid-19 transmission, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis synthesising all the available evidence from the scientific literature, published in The Lancet.


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June 2, 2020