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Study finds face masks cut distance airborne pathogens can travel in half

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Miami, Florida – According to Florida scientists’ new evidence, face masks help reduce the spread of airborne diseases like COVID-19.

They found face masks cut the distance airborne pathogens can travel in half.

They also found three feet of distance with a mask is better than six feet unmasked.

Researchers found the vaccine protected children from serious illness, and that’s even if they came down with a flu virus that was different from the one in the vaccine.

According to health experts, it’s even more evidence children should get the flu shot in addition to a COVID-19 vaccine this season.

 

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