NewsHumidity in breath makes cotton masks more effective at
slowing the spread of COVID-19

9th March 2021by admin0
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Researchers have come up with a better way to test
which fabrics work best for masks that are meant to slow the spread
of COVID-19. By testing those fabrics under conditions that mimic
the humidity of a person’s breath, the researchers have obtained
measurements that more accurately reflect how the fabrics perform
when worn by a living, breathing person.

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