If Everyone Wore a Mask, 130,000 Lives Could Be Saved

If Everyone Wore a Mask, 130,000 Lives Could Be Saved

Share on Pinterest Experts say mask wearing can reduce COVID-19 cases and deaths as well as help the U.S. economy. Halfpoint Images/Getty Images Experts say if 95 percent of people wore a face mask, it could save nearly 130,000 lives between now and March 1. They say we could save nearly 130,000 lives if 95 percent of the U.S. population wore a mask. A study released this week reported that the type of face mask as well as how long the mask is worn makes a difference. People still not wearing masks Despite the studies, the warnings, and even mandates, people in the United States are still not wearing masks in the numbers needed to contain the coronavirus and save lives.

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