5 May 2020

People wore masks slung to the backs of their necks until they saw policemen. Others cut holes in their masks for their cigars and cigarettes.

Should people be forced to wear face masks in public? That’s the question facing governments as more countries unwind their lockdowns. Over 30 countries have made masks compulsory in public, including Germany, Austria, and Poland. This is despite the science saying masks do little to protect wearers, and only might prevent them from infecting other people.


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