Watchman: Masks Do Not Operate by Influencing the Infection. Masks Work by Influencing people. Masks Just Do Not Function When It Comes to Preventing the Transmission of the Infection. However, if We’re Talking About Inducing Fear in Residents, Stirring Dissension Among Citizens, and Publicly “Outing” Skeptics and Dissidents—in Other Words, Constructing an Authoritarian, Even Totalitarian, Public Health System—Masks Work Well

HNewsWire: MASKS DON’T WORK AT CONTROLLING THE VIRUS By this late date, it has been established beyond honest scientific doubt that masking is ineffective at stopping the contraction and spread of COVID-19. This is true both at the microscopic level and at the population level. The early mask mandates regarding COVID-19 were largely “justified” on the assertion that the SARS-CoV-2 virus was not prone to airborne spread. However, the SARS-CoV-2 virus has since been proven to be an airborne virus (like influenza), meaning it can remain circulating in room air for extended periods of time, and spreads in this manner. SARS-CoV-2 viruses have also been proven to be much smaller in size than the holes in cloth and surgical masks. Therefore, at a microscopic level, Harvey Risch is correct: trying to block the SARS-CoV-2 virus with a surgical mask is quite literally…

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Lockdowns In United Kingdom Have Resulted In Poor Cognitive Development Among Children 5 And Below.

The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) is “extremely concerned” about the number of toddlers in the United Kingdom who are having difficulty communicating as a result of frequent lockdowns. Therapists and charities are concerned about a rapid loss in speech and motor abilities, with language treatment requests tripling. Children (and adults) receive speech and language therapy to assist them in communicating. The RCSLT’s chief executive, Kamini Gadhok, told the Telegraph that its members are “extremely concerned” about the number of children who are having difficulty communicating, and that member therapists are unable to meet demand. “The larger the difference by the time the child is five,” she explained, “the more difficult it is to bridge.” Without early help, Gadhok said, young children are considerably more likely to develop emotional and behavioral difficulties. According to assessments, one in…

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