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[Wearing a mask is very dangerous for health – Corona specialist]


Rabindra Dhungel, 22 august 2020. Sweden’s famous corona virus expert says it is very dangerous to encourage people to wear masks. According to him, the infection of the corona is exacerbated as the mask creates a false belief that people are safe.

Anders Tangel, a communicable disease specialist, said: “It’s very dangerous to believe that wearing a face mask changes the game. Tengel is the same expert who made the decision differently from the others, so Sweden did not suffer the expected economic and humanitarian losses.

From the very beginning, he has been opposed to the policies and directives of other countries of the world to make the use of lockdowns and masks mandatory. So, he says, masks can be more helpful if everything else is fine and safe.

“It would be a mistake to think that you are safe wearing a mask and going to crowds, public buses and shopping malls,” he said. Last month, he said it was pointless to wear a mask when using public transport in Sweden.

At that time, the number of infected people had dropped significantly. At present, the number of infected people in Jo Khim has dropped to almost zero. “There is no evidence that wearing a mask reduces the risk of infection, but people around the world are wearing masks,” he said.

“Although masks are mandatory in Spain and Belgium, the number of infected people is increasing day by day,” he said. Nor has it been shown to reduce infection.

After all, Sweden is a country that has never been shut down. Nor was it mandatory to wear a mask. However, the number of deaths and infections from the corona virus is declining day by day. Almost every day the number of deaths has dropped to zero. Statistics show that Sweden has a much lower mortality rate from Corona than other European countries such as Spain, the United Kingdom and Italy. While in those countries, Kada Lakdaun was issued.

Not only that, due to Corona, Sweden’s GDP fell by only 8.6 percent in the second quarter of the current fiscal year. During the same period, the GDP of other eurozone countries fell by an average of 12.1 percent. Spain lost 13.5 percent of its GDP, while Spain lost 18.5 percent. Other countries that saw a decline in GDP in the second quarter were Italy and Germany. Of this, GDP declined by 12.4 percent and 10.1 percent, respectively.

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