Face masks: Doctor busts six common myths

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Face masks: Doctor busts six common myths” – below is their description.

    As Britain continues to embark on the ‘new normal’ of wearing face coverings, many have complained about being forced to wear masks. From masks making it difficult to breathe to reducing oxygen levels or simply just not working, Dr Dominic Pimenta, Chairman and Co-founder of HEROES, busts those face masks myths. Masks and face covering are now required to be worn in many public spaces to control the spread of coronavirus; including public transports, shops, supermarkets, cinemas and places of worship. HEROES is a charity founded by NHS workers that support workers welfare and wellbeing – find out more information here: https://www.helpthemhelpus.co.uk/ They have teamed up with Ally to make sustainable, filtering face coverings which are reusable, washable and packaged in a recyclable pouch which can be found here: https://chooseally.com/

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