Masks slow the spread of the coronavirus. And while they can’t fully protect us, there’s mounting evidence that they can lessen the severity if we do get infected.
The coronavirus has begun to insinuate itself into every social interaction we have, even the most glancing ones.
There are a lot of accounts of antibodies rapidly disappearing once people recover from coronavirus — and leaving people prone to reinfection.
If we’re going to tame this virus, we all need to do our part.
Mask-wearing has become a hot-button issue for some. But experts stress that masks simply serve as a way we can protect fellow Oklahomans from a potentially deadly virus.
This guidance on wearing masks may change because of a pandemic in which large numbers of seemingly healthy people are unknowingly ill.