The Boston Globe: Guidance against wearing masks for the coronavirus is wrong – you should cover your face

“Masks work. There is widespread evidence from the field of occupational health, the SARS epidemic, and other outbreaks that wearing masks protects us from germs and interrupts the transmission of disease from sick to healthy people…handwashing, social distancing, and doing your best not to touch your face are not enough to stop the coronavirus. For the health of your neighbor and yourself, wear a mask.” Article Link: https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/03/19/opinion/guidance-against-wearing-masks-coronavirus-is-wrong-you-should-cover-your-face/

–     Robert Hecht, president of Pharos Global Health Advisors and a clinical professor of epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health.

–     Shan Soe-Lin, managing director of the Boston-based Pharos Global Health Advisors and a lecturer in global health at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University.