1. Jessica Element Jessica Element Canada says:

    Breathing in a mask all the time can create fungus and bad bacteria... So people are being breathing bad air... people are being jabbed, get their immunity suppressed because of it and they are not breathing fresh air! No wonder people are getting sick with all sorts of things now! Wake the fuck up and don't wear your mask, stop taking the covid vaccines and you will get healthier by having a better diet, exercising and BREATHING FRESH AIR!!!! WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS WORLD ???? HELLLOOOOO WAKE UUPPP!!!

    • Current Bias Current Bias United States says:

      >Breathing in a mask all the time can create fungus and bad bacteria... So people are being breathing bad air...

      Imagine coming onto a medical science news website and saying something like this without any evidence or without any consideration that people might be replacing their disposable masks often

      If you aren't going to get a vaccine, which you absolutely do not have to do, but you *do* believe the virus is a real thing you can inhale, then the one thing you absolutely *should* be doing is masking. Sars-cov-2 hitches a ride on water droplets that n95s filter easily. You aren't going to get sick by wearing a mask -- surgeons do it almost every day for hours on end. What kind of world did you suddenly wake up into where established medical science just stopped being true?

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