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Just like the article that appeared in another financial news web site back on the 5th of February.
It SCREAMS that USA citizens doesn't need to wear Face Masks for protection against coronavirus. Now who reads that web site other than buyers and sellers of securities? Was that "insider information" released by quoting a CDC interviewee and then spinning it to put a "buy" on surgical Face Mask USA and International manufacturers.
What is even more sick is that the facemasks don't even prevent you from catching coronavirus
I don't know about that one
Unlike NIOSH-approved N95s, facemasks are loose-fitting and provide only barrier protection against droplets, including large respiratory particles. No fit testing or seal check is necessary with facemasks. Most facemasks do not effectively filter small particles from the air and do not prevent leakage around the edge of the mask when the user inhales.
originally posted by: Waterglass
a reply to: JAGStorm
How about that oil refinery explosion in California last night. Excellent timing as the USA oil and gas sector needed a bump up on gasoline prices. A bump up in price via "constraint" keeps the frackers and Oil Sands guys in Alberta in the black.
Talk about timing?
For the United States, the answers are especially worrying because the government has intentionally rendered itself incapable. In 2018, the Trump administration fired the government’s entire pandemic response chain of command, including the White House management infrastructure. In numerous phone calls and emails with key agencies across the U.S. government, the only consistent response I encountered was distressed confusion. If the United States still has a clear chain of command for pandemic response, the White House urgently needs to clarify what it isIf the United States still has a clear chain of command for pandemic response, the White House urgently needs to clarify what it is—not just for the public but for the government itself, which largely finds itself in the dark.