On June 2, 2021, National File reported on Dr. Anthony Fauci’s series of damning emails obtained through FOIA. In the emails, Fauci said that the “typical mask you buy in the drug store is not really effective” in stopping COVID-19, adding that the virus is “small enough to pass through the material.” Yesterday, Daily Mail reported that widely used “blue face masks do NOT stop” the spread of COVID-19.
National File reported in June:
Dr. Anthony Fauci, America’s COVID-19 Pandemic sweetheart, whose advice led to mass unemployment stemming from nationwide lockdown measures and mandatory mask mandates, pointed out the ineffectiveness of mask-wearing in newly released emails obtained through FOIA requests.
“Masks are really effective for infected people to prevent them from spreading infection to people who are not infected rather than protecting uninfected people from acquiring infection,” Fauci wrote to Sylvia Burwell, American University’s 15th president who served 11 years at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, including roles as the chief operating officer and president of the Global Development Program, emphasis added by National File. “The typical mask you buy in the drug store is not really effective in keeping out virus, which is small enough to pass through the material,” Fauci continued.
Despite Dr. Fauci’s own previous statements, the federal government, as well as state and local governments across the United States, including businesses and corporations, have decided to reimpose mask mandates, supposedly due to reports of a surge in “Delta variant” coronavirus cases throughout the nation. Nearly 3 months after National File published Dr. Fauci’s emails, Daily Mail is now reporting that the commonly used and widely popular blue face masks do not work, following a study conducted by the University of Waterloo.
“Most blue surgical face masks used by many during the pandemic are not enough to avoid people from being infected with COVID-19, an alarming new study has found,” the report states. The study showed that N95 or KN95 masks were much more effective with containing aerosol droplets from the wearer’s mouth.
Yarusevych and team said that many people wear masks that don’t fit their faces properly, unlike the N95, which straps itself tightly around the wearer.
This causes aerosol droplets to escape through multiple openings between a person’s face and the cloth mask, which could spread COVID-19 in populous areas.
Based on the results of the university study, as well as Dr. Fauci’s “behind closed doors” email correspondence – businesses, corporations, and government agencies imposing mask mandates are apparently doing so in opposition to science.