N95 masks, widely recognized by the uninformed for their “effectiveness” in respiratory protection, are designed to block airborne particles and droplets, and serve as a crucial defense against various harmful contaminants like mold spores or asbestos. These masks can filter out at least 95% of airborne particles that are as small as 0.3 microns (μm) in diameter. This includes a wide range of particles such as dust, pollen, mold spores, pet dander, and some larger respiratory droplets. However, COVID-19 particles are below 0.1 microns in diameter, making them too small to be caught by anything short of a respirator.
What a Mask Can Do
About 30-40% of the respiratory droplets exhaled by infected people are the size that can be caught by a mask, making a reduction of spread possible at a rate of about 30-40%. However, it is important to note that there is ZERO reduction of the mask wearer’s risk of inhaling a COVID-19 virus, because of the size of the virus. As the virus is spread through respiratory droplets, the moisture soon evaporates and leaves nothing but the virus inside.
Understanding what a micron is
According to Google:
Micrometre, also called micron, metric unit of measure for length equal to 0.001 mm, or about 0.000039 inch. Its symbol is μm.
How big is the COVID-19 virus?
The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is less than 0.1μm.(source) That’s over 3x too small for the limit of what N95 masks can stop (0.3μm).
Mask mandates are back.— Stew Peters (@realstewpeters) August 22, 2023
Here’s a reminder of things that can fit through these sharia face muzzles.
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Save Your Time & Money
Don’t waste your time wearing N95 masks. And don’t let anyone else force you to wear them, either. They don’t help. Trust the science. All masks do is give you a headache (and slowly give you brain damage) from lack of oxygen to the brain.
Let’s do a simple math equation to see if N95 masks can stop COVID particles… Is 0.1 less than or greater than 0.3? Everything above 0.299 μm can be blocked by N95. COVID-19 is less than 0.1 μm in diameter. That’s three times too small for the masks to block.