Experiment demonstrates the effectiveness of masks to prevent covid-19.

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Two mannequin heads were placed face to face inside a display case, one of them with a nebulizer discharging the virus and the other equipped with a ventilator simulating human respiration.   TOKYO, Japan.- A team from the University of Tokyo has demonstrated with an experiment how face masks can prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, although with somewhat less protection in the case of cloth versus surgical ones. Yoshihiro Kawaoka, of the Institute of Medical Sciences of the University of Tokyo, told the public television station NHK, there have been no previous similar experiments working with real viruses. The test was carried out with a SARS-CoV-2 virus infection simulator using two mannequin heads placed face to face inside a display case, one of them with a nebulizer discharging […]

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