Pascal Mensah, Stéphane Odasso and Jean-Michel Wendling* state that the risk of “aerosol” contamination is unlikely. The source of contamination is elsewhere. It is twofold: dirty hands towards the mouth or eyes and big sputters towards the glass and the plate. Explanations and cross-maintenance.
There is an ideological controversy over the wearing of the mask between supporters and opponents of this piece of cloth, which, we are told, is designed to “protect oneself and others”. What does science have to say about it?
Due to a rebound of the epidemic in several regions of France, including the Vosges, the wearing of masks will be mandatory from Monday 20 July in enclosed public places: covered markets, banks, museums etc.
The Eminence group, which specialises in men’s underwear, is participating in its own way in the fight against Covid-19. It has just offered masks to personnel exposed to the virus in particular shapes that some do not want to wear.