The corporate media complies with the disinformation on face masks, but occasionally stories leak out showing the detrimental effects that can result from prolonged usage, like this one where a man passed out while driving his car and crashed while wearing a face mask too long.
As businesses reopen, many are requiring shoppers and employees to wear a face mask. Costco, for instance, will not allow shoppers into the store without wearing a face mask. Many employers are requiring all employees to wear a face mask while at work. In some jurisdictions, all citizens must wear a face mask if they are outside of their own home.
Dr. Russell Blaylock warns that not only do face masks fail to protect the healthy from getting sick, but they also create serious health risks to the wearer. The bottom line is that if you are not sick, you should not wear a face mask.
“There’s a general view that the virus is everywhere and that anyone could be transmitting it … it causes a significant amount of stress and anxiety in people,” Evans said. “We now know that to get infected with this virus, you have to be in close contact with another person (and) that contact has to be for a significant amount of time. It’s not 10 or 15 minutes, it’s hours. It needs to be in a closed environment, a house, and in the environment, there has to be a significant amount of contamination.
What do you do if you want to shake down and harass your tenants with vexatious litigation like shakedown with Notice to End Your Tenancy forms? What about if you want to deniably harass and evict a person who does not wear a mask or acceptable face covering, like good little peasant?
The custom of facemask-wearing began in Japan during the early years of the 20th century, when a massive pandemic of influenza killed between 20 and 40 million people around the world—more than died in World War I. There were outbreaks of the disease on every inhabited continent, including Asia (where it devastated India, leading to the deaths of a full 5% of the population). Covering the face with scarves, veils and masks became a prevalent (if ineffective) means of warding off the disease in many parts of the world, until the epidemic finally faded at the end of 1919.
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Face coverings now mandatory in all area commercial establishments for customers and employees
Public Health issues an order that goes into effect on Friday, fines of up to $5,000 for businesses not in compliance