Kunskapsläget er inte alls dåligt! The whole point of corona masks is to protect others (= each other!) from getting infected if you (= all of us!) happen to be carriers of the virus. In particular asymptomatic carriers who are unaware that they are carriers, since symptomatic carriers should be self-isolating.kipphebel3 skrev: ↑mån 29 jun 2020, 11:30Han kritiserar ingen namngiven person, men har inte mycket till övers för alla "experter" på sociala media. Överlag är det han säger korrekt och balanserat. exempelvis det han säger om masker, dvs att de knappast skyddar dig, men kan skydda andra om DU är smittad och att kunskapsläget är dåligt.
Take a look at this: This is one of the many situations where the risk of transmission could have been lowered considerably if Swedes had been told to wear masks: Extrema trängseln på bussen mitt under pandemin (Expressen.se, June 29, 2020)
And in spite of what Anders Tegnell and other alleged experts in Sweden tell you - ”Det är för svårt med mundskydd i samhället” - it's actually quite simple, it's cheap as hell, and it's no big inconvenience. You have an awful lot of asymptomatic carriers running around in Sweden because you have only started testing on a massive scale very recently (and in some places haven't really got started yet), so right now they are busy spreading it to parts of Sweden that hadn't been much affected so far.
Experts have been imploring Sweden to listen to their recommendations, but your arrogant 'experts' won't listen because it would mean that they had to admit that they have been wrong about yet another thing from the very beginning.
Det säger vetenskapen om munskydd (SVT.se, May 10, 2020)
Den extrema trängseln på bussen is something that Japan is famous for! The last time I checked their death toll per million, it was eight.8. And there is reason to assume that their low numbers are at least to some extent due to the fact that they wear masks. The SVT article quotes Jakob Löndahl, aerosolforskare vid Lunds Universitet, who assumes that:
I would have loved to see the research behind his assumption because it doesn't seem to be more than that. My own assumption is that, on the contrary, wearing a mask and seeing everybody else wearing masks serves as a constant reminder that we are in the middle of a pandemic. By the way, Denmark is making the same mistake as Sweden in this case. We should be wearing masks on public transport and in similar (indoor) situations to avoid new outbreaks, but we don't. I hope they will begin to recommend wearing masks in September, so we can avoid the second wave.— Munskydd kan ta bort fokus från de viktigaste smittvägarna och invagga oss i falsk trygghet som gör att vi tar onödiga risker eller glömmer smittskyddsåtgärder som har större betydelse såsom handtvätt och distans.