Can Our Covid-19 Masks Also Block Pollen And Allergies? Let's Find Out!


The familiar pandemic protocol of masking has proven to curb ailments other than COVID-19 infection. Can that protection apply to allergies? Although this is a North Carolina news report the answer is Yes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the masks people wear to slow the spread of COVID-19 are also useful at blocking larger allergens from being inhaled. Watch the ABC10 video report here.


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