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World Brussels to require face masks if virus uptick continues

16:51  06 august  2020
16:51  06 august  2020 Source:   reuters.com

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As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread around the globe, many people are buying surgical face masks to According to Klausner, the uptick in awareness of the virus could lead more people to wash their hands, and Target, McDonald's, Old Navy now require face masks amid COVID-19.

The N95 mask effectively prevents viral spread. These masks , when properly fitted, seal closely to the face and filter out 95% of particles 0.3 microns or The authors speculate that perhaps turbulent jets of air from coughing carried the virus toward the outside of the mask , but the explanation wasn't very

By Marine Strauss

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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Brussels will require people to wear masks in public spaces and in private spaces accessible to the public if the uptick in coronavirus cases continues, the regional government said on Thursday.

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The order will kick in when the daily average of cases per 100,000 inhabitants reaches 50 over seven days, Rudi Vervoort, the minister-president of the Brussels region, said. The daily average in the region was 38.4 last week.

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Those masks are designed to keep droplets in—not to keep them out—and are intended to keep the wearer from getting others sick. The type of face covering that reduces exposure to airborne particles—including protecting the wearer from viruses and bacteria—is called a respirator.

Can wearing a medical face mask protect you against the new coronavirus? It's a question many people are asking, including pet owners But those masks don't help much in the context of a virus , Schaffner said. "They're not designed to keep out viral particles, and they're not nearly as tightly fitted

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Belgium imposed sharp curbs on social contacts on July 27 after coronavirus infections surged in recent weeks.

The British government said on Thursday it would impose a quarantine on arrivals from Belgium, following Estonia, Ireland, Latvia and Norway.

Germany and the Netherlands have also advised their citizens against travelling to the province of Antwerp in the north of Belgium, where the first curfew since World War II was imposed on July 29 to slow rapidly increasing infections.

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control has designated all of Belgium as a code orange for the new coronavirus, meaning the number of cases per 100,000 inhabitants is 20 or above for two weeks.

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Face masks may help slow the spread of the coronavirus. Learn about the types of masks , which type you should use and how to wear it properly. But because the valve releases unfiltered air when the wearer breathes out, this type of mask doesn't prevent the wearer from spreading the virus .

Nor do these masks form a snug seal around the face . The CDC recommends surgical masks only for people who already show symptoms of coronavirus and must go outside, since wearing a mask can help prevent spreading the virus by protecting others nearby when you cough or sneeze.

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Belgium, where the European Union and NATO have their headquarters, imposed a lockdown on March 18 due to COVID-19, which has claimed 9,859 lives in the country, one of the world’s highest fatality figures per capita.

(Reporting by Marine Strauss @StraussMarine, editing by Foo Yun Chee and Giles Elgood)

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