Share on Pinterest Experts say surgical masks are an effective option to help stop the transmission of COVID-19. Surgical face masks are another effective option in areas where they’re readily available. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, health agencies in the United States have recommended face mask usage to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus. Since there isn’t enough medical-grade personal protective equipment to go around, many Americans have sewn their own fabric masks or simply used a bandana. A new study, published today in the scientific journal Physics of Fluids from AIP Publishing, sheds new light on how the materials and construction of a face mask can impact its effectiveness.
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