” Medical Exemption” From Using A Mask for Coronavirus (PHYSICIAN EXPLAINS).
Recently a woman called “Karen” was kicked off an airplane because she refused to wear a mask. She claimed she had a medical exemption. Here is my take on “medical exemptions” from using a mask for coronavirus.
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Yes, it would be nice if we did not have to hear a mask for coronavirus (COVID-19). And there are no medical exemptions from using a face mask, unless someone has a severe skin condition of their face, like a second or third-degree burn. And yeah it’s real, there is less flow of air right in front of your nostrils and mouth when you’re wearing one of these masks or face coverings.
It’s due to the fact that the air passes easily in the locations around your mask. As long as the mask is not too tight on your face, and as long as the mask is not too thick, it’s not going to block air flow in and out of your lungs. If you’re effectively wearing an appropriate mask, you ought to not get that sensation, no matter what underlying medical condition someone has.
It’s worth trying different types of masks, and/or adjusting the fit of the mask if you feel like its impacting your breathing. A mask like the one I’m holding here, has basically 0 effect on airflow in and out of your lungs, as long as it’s not too tight on your face. Which is part of the function for having the wire in these masks, is so that it can comply with your face, and permit air to stream around the mask. Yes there are various kinds of face masks, and some have more fabric than others, but as long as it’s not so tight regarding compress your nostrils or lips, it’s not going to block air flow. And it’s well developed by now that using these masks lowers transmission of this disease, and this has been confirmed in numerous research studies. And there are research studies that aesthetically show the difference in between wearing masks and not using masks, including when someone coughs and sneezes. Take a look at my video on the airborne transmission to see what I’m discussing if you have not currently. And there are nations that have actually had such low coronavirus numbers, like South Korea, Singapore, Vietnam, New Zealand … A huge part of their success is due to the fact that of masks.
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