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Study shows facemasks could prevent «second wave» of COVID-19

While the world awaits a coronavirus vaccine, a study by the Cambridge University shows that the use of masks, combined with distancing measures, may

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While the world awaits a coronavirus vaccine, a study by the Cambridge University shows that the use of masks, combined with distancing measures, may be effective in preventing a second wave of the virus.

According to the study, in order for the measure to be successful it needs to be implemented by as many people as possible, even if they use a cloth mask.

Richard Stutt, researcher at the university, said the combination of physical distancing and the use of masks may offer an acceptable way to manage the pandemic before a vaccine is available. To date, there are over 7.5 million infections and over 400,000 deaths from COVID-19 worldwide.

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