It’s now almost August, and face mask-wearing – despite rebreathing carbon dioxide, bacteria, and viruses which have resulted in reports of other, very preventable diseases – is all but mandatory when inside buildings. In fact, in some states, like Texas, ideas were floated to encourage people to wear masks in their own homes.
Talk about madness.
“If you have goggles or an eye shield, you should use it,…You have mucosa in the nose, mucosa in the mouth, but you also have mucosa in the eye,” he continued. “Theoretically, you should protect all the mucosal surfaces. So if you have goggles or an eye shield you should use it.”
Really? So now we’re worried about catching this virus – not any other, apparently – through the eyes?
If we’re all wearing masks which block snot and spit, how is it going to get in the eyes? It’s not like eye mucosa weeps unless someone is crying, and then there’s so much salt in the tears it’s a wonder that any kind of virus would survive. In addition, the ears and private areas on women, anyway, all have mucosa. Will we need special coverings for those as well?
Frankly, this is all a little odd given that previous uses for masks worn as a rule outside of hazardous job sites were generally in prisons for control purposes.
Makes you think.