Should I wear a mask?
Short answer, YES! Do it for yourself, and for others.
Wesley Roberts Published: 7/2/2020
“Research shows that individuals who are asymptomatic, meaning not displaying symptoms, can still be carriers of COVID-19,” explained Elizabeth Ransom, MD, FACS, executive vice president and chief physician executive at Baptist Health. “Because the virus typically spreads through respiratory droplets from coughing, sneezing, or talking, wearing a mask or cloth face covering can help prevent the spread of COVID-19.”
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