But I was struck by how many of his followers also have or have had COVID. Which upon reflection isn’t a surprise, as they are generally as fanatically against vaccines and masks as Roosh is — and for what it’s worth virtually all of them are still against vaccines and masks.
I don’t want this happening to any of you. I assume you’re all vaccinated already, right? And that you wear masks in all appropriate situations.
But how good are your masks? They may not be as effective as they could be.
And so I’m taking a moment away from the regular topics of this blog to try to nag you a little and get you to upgrade your cloth or surgical mask to a more effective N95 or KN95 mask, if you haven’t already. You owe it to yourself (and to the rest of us) to upgrade, as explained in detail in this extremely useful Scientific American article.
So where can you go to find real N95 and KN95 masks? If you try Amazon marketplace or some other anonymous seller, there’s a good chance that what you get will be counterfeit.
Scientific American lists a couple of legit sellers. I just bought a ten pack of KN95 masks from Bona Fide Masks, on sale for less than ten bucks. Shipping was quick.
I know I sound like I’m shilling here but I have no connection to that site and I don’t get any kickbacks for suggesting it. I honestly just want you all to be safer.
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