Coronavirus: 6 myths about wearing face masks you should not believe | The Times of India

With the onset of the deadly coronavirus, face masks have become the ultimate new accessory in our closet. Whether you have contracted the virus or not, it is extremely essential to wear masks, especially at places where it’s difficult to maintain social distancing. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, people must wear face masks in public areas as it not only prevents a person from contracting the virus but also contains the spread of the deadly disease.

While scientists and medical researchers are working towards developing vaccines for the same, people have been tackling problems of unnecessary circulation of myths and mistruths. That being said, here are 6 false misconceptions about wearing face masks you must avoid.

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