In the shadow of the ongoing ‘Corona’ struggle, the chairman of the ‘Right’, MK Naftali Bennett, presents four things that he says are very important to internalize in order to defeat the ‘Corona’.
The first thing: “In enclosed spaces without external ventilation, the viruses remain in the air for a long time, even hours.” The conclusion is: “Avoid enclosed spaces without ventilation that other people are staying in.”
The second thing: “‘Infection dose’ is the number of viruses that you inhaled at the moment of infection”, so if the infection dose is large – the disease is acute, however, if the infection dose is small – the disease is milder and even asymptomatic.
The conclusion is: “should not be infected, but if you are already infected it is better in a small dose by wearing a mask.”
The third thing: When wearing a mask by the ‘contagious’ – 90% less viruses are emitted. When wearing a mask by the ‘infected’ – 90% less viruses are inhaled into the body.
Wearing a mask by the ‘infected’ and also by the ‘infected’, it’s like wearing two masks – 99% less viruses.
The conclusion is: “Wear a mask all the time, above nose level, fastened.”
The fourth thing: “If over 80% of the public wear masks all the time, we will beat the corona in 6 weeks.”
Conclusion: “Let’s defeat this epidemic already! Wear masks. Avoid crowded enclosed spaces.”
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