Cloth versus graphene loaded surgical masks
In the trial, the aim of the study was to compare the efficacy of cloth masks to medical masks in hospital healthcare workers (HCWs). The null hypothesis is that there is no difference between medical masks and cloth masks. Many experts claim that cloth masks are pointless, and there is debate from medical experts whether any mask is effective at all against viruses.
Virus variants make no difference to what masks are most effective - a virus is a virus is a virus - regardless of the variant. Different masks for different variants, let alone wearing masks at all, is just monkey business.
This study is the first Randomised Clinical Trial of cloth masks, the results cautioning against the use of cloth masks. This is an important finding to inform occupational health and safety. Moisture retention, reuse of cloth masks, and poor filtration may result in increased risk of infection and bacterial pneumonia.
Before the rhetoric changed, a study was done in 2015 on the dangers of cloth masks by UNSW. The penetration of cloth masks by particles was almost 97%. You are better off strengthening your immune system than thinking masks will protect you.
Are graphene-coated masks worse than cloth masks?
Did you know that there is a theoretical risk that breathing through a graphene-coated mask will liberate graphene particles, that make it through the other filter layers of the mask, penetrating the lung? If inhaled, the body may not remove these particles rapidly enough to prevent lung damage. Graphene is dangerous whether inhaled or injected.
Additionally, the American Institute for Economic Research published a study on the safety of mask wearing. The wearing of masks causes shedding of microplastics, chlorine, asbestos-like substances and fibres into your lungs, all of which are toxic to our human biology.
In this video, the Scientist advises that Graphene Oxide in the body produces oxidative stress, inflammation, and cytotoxicity (cellular toxicity), causing a significant percentage of cell death.