CDC Admits 85% of COVID-Infected People ‘Often’ or ‘Always’ Wore Masks

Data collected in July from the CDC showed 85% of people who “always” or “often” wear face masks showed symptoms of the coronavirus more than people who “never” or “rarely” wear masks. The study, published in September, confirms many reports released over the past few months showing wearing a face mask is ineffective at preventing COVID-19 infection and could even increase one’s chances of contracting the illness. US Surgeon General Jerome Adams, the CDC, the World Health Organization and Anthony Fauci all said that that wearing masks was ineffective, and then they flip-flopped and urged people to wear the face coverings as masks became mandatory in most of the US.

A study by the CDC examining adults infected with COVID-19 concluded the vast majority wore face masks or coverings frequently in the weeks leading up to becoming ill.

“In the 14 days before illness onset, 71% of case-patients and 74% of control participants reported always using cloth face coverings or other mask types when in public,” the report states.

14% of those surveyed said they wore face coverings “often,” which means 85% of case-patients regularly donned masks.

On the other side of the mask-wearing spectrum, only 4% said they “rarely” or “never” wore them.

The study, published in September, confirms many reports released over the past few months showing wearing a face mask is ineffective at preventing COVID-19 infection and could even increase one’s chances of contracting the illness.

U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams told Americans to “STOP BUYING MASKS,” in a tweet released on February 29.

“They are NOT effective in preventing general public from catching coronavirus,” the nation’s top public health official explained.

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