Lab Efficacy of Respirators over Masks Undermined by Real-World Use
Adjustment, removal for comfort negates protection
The notion that surgical masks provide the same protection from respiratory viruses in a hospital is commonly refuted by lab studies, which show the greater effectiveness of a well-fitted N95 in filtering out aerosols and particles that could go through a standard mask.
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