Efficacy of face masks, neck gaiters and face shields for reducing the expulsion of simulated cough-generated aerosols

Efficacy of face masks, neck gaiters and face shields for reducing the expulsion of simulated cough-generated aerosols

Abstract Abstract Face masks are recommended to reduce community transmission of SARS-CoV-2. One of the primary benefits of face masks and other coverings is as source control devices to reduce the expulsion of respiratory aerosols during coughing, breathing, and speaking.

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