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There are 2 comments on What Is the Difference between Pandemic and Endemic?

  1. Internal polling in the Democratic party is so bad that all of the sudden The Atlantic, CNN, and BU start talking about ending restriction! Election year replaces “science”!

  2. So, even with recent studies showing the typical cloth mask doesn’t do all that much, masking is still being recommended? N95’s well fitted help. Wearing them all of the time certainly doesn’t help people with skin conditions like rosacea, for likely little benefit. And in the beginning, I recall Fauci saying that if you touch the masks, you get the virus you are preventing on your hands and then if you touch your face, you get sick? That made the masking in restaurants seem pretty ludicrous where people are putting them off and on. The same is true for classrooms. A really interesting study would be to see how many times in a day someone touches their mask without washing their hands or at least using sanitizer.

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