Scientists test face coverings

By World on The Run

ABC News- Scientists put four common variations of face coverings — a bandana, a handkerchief mask, an over-the-counter cone style mask and a two-layer quilting cotton mask — under tests to see which ones blocked droplets. The quilting cotton masks turned out to be the covering that blocked the most droplets, according to the study.

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