Data indicates that most masks are only 10% effective at preventing transmission of COVID-19. Is that small percentage enough to make it worthwhile for kids to wear masks for hours at school, especially when all scientists and medical professionals agree that children under 18 years of age are not in serious danger from the virus? Some say it is worth the effort, some do not. What do you think? What about kids who have hearing deficiencies and who need to read lips in order to communicate? Masks cause them to be unable to communicate with others.
Does the 10% effectiveness justify the use of face masks?
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