CDC Study: 85% of Coronavirus Patients Reported Wearing Masks 'Always' or 'Often'

CDC Study: 85% of Coronavirus Patients Reported Wearing Masks 'Always' or 'Often'


An overlooked study published recently by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that cloth face coverings or masks are mostly ineffective in preventing the spread of the Chinese coronavirus as promoted by public health officials.

The CDC conducted the study, largely ignored by the media, in the U.S. in July and made its findings public in September. It compared 154 “case-patients,” those who tested positive for COVID-19 (coronavirus disease), and a control group of 160 “control-participants,” those who were symptomatic but tested negative.

CDC researchers examined participants who reported wearing a cloth face covering or mask at least 14 days before illness onset, which falls into the incubation period of 2–14 days estimated by the agency.

The researchers found that 71 percent of the case-patients contracted the virus despite reporting “always” wearing a cloth face covering or mask at least 14 days before illness onset, and 14 percent

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