I saw people again today wearing face masks though none are demanded by the law.
And in situations where there’s no chance the mask, even if they were effective, would be doing anything. Saw them yesterday. Driving cars, alone in the car. Saw them again today, walking to the mall, through the mall, away from the mall, dozen yards from the nearest person.
Why? I don’t know. It would be very interesting to find out.
I noticed some had quite fancy embroidered and probably quite expensive masks. Perhaps vanity is part of it?
Anyway there’s coincidentally some facts recently published about the mask farrago to go along with what Tony Heller has been pointing out for months (Tony doesn’t try to baffle or convince with ‘his’ science as a ‘super intelligent know-it-scientist’ as so many of the ‘experts’ do – he just prints graphs and charts the above mentioned had produced and, in the case of masks, shows where they were introduced along the time line and we can for ourselves there was no effect at all… none):
Here’s a Danish recent study. All very technical but here it all is. The results might be best reported by this paragraph extracted from it:
Our results suggest that the recommendation to wear a surgical mask when outside the home among others did not reduce, at conventional levels of statistical significance, the incidence of SARS-CoV-2 infection in mask wearers in a setting where social distancing and other public health measures were in effect, mask recommendations were not among those measures, and community use of masks was uncommon.
which simply means the masks didn’t help.