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The scold letter by Charlie Sena regarding masks is a great example of what’s known as “magical thinking.”
If I wish for something, maybe it’ll happen. Rather than quote a speechwriter like he did, let’s hear from someone with relevant qualifications.
Dr. Lisa Brosseau, a retired professor of environmental and occupational health sciences from the University of Illinois, said this: “Except for surgical masks in a health care setting, cloth masks don’t work.”