Washing, drying reusable masks does not affect their ability to filter viral particles

New Delhi, Sep 12 (ANI): The findings of recent research from the University of Colorado Boulder suggests that even though reusable cloth masks might seem bad for wearing but washing and drying them doesn't reduce their ability to filter out viral particles. The study, published in the journal Aerosol and Air Quality Research, also confirms previous research that layering a cotton mask on top of a surgical mask, properly fit on one's face, provides more protection than cloth alone.

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