DOES A FACE MASK PROTECT ME, OR JUST THE PEOPLE AROUND ME?
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Does a face mask protect me, or just the people around me?
It likely provides protection for both.

Studies on the new coronavirus and other germs show wearing a mask helps stop infected people from spreading the disease to others. Evidence also suggests that masks may offer some protection for the people wearing them.

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