WHO changes tack and recommends protective masks


The World Health Organization has changed its mind about protective masks, saying
they should be worn in public to prevent the spread of coronavirus. According to the
WHO, new information has shown that masks can provide protection against
potentially contaminants.
Countries around the world have adopted the use of face masks, despite WHO
previously saying they were not effective.
Previously, the WHO only recommended healthcare workers, those with COVID-19
and their care givers wear masks.

“We are advising governments to encourage that the general public wear a mask,”
said the WHO’s technical lead expert on COVID-19 Maria Van Kerkhove.

6.7 million people have been infected with coronavirus worldwide and nearly 400,000
have died.

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