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Scientists tested 14 types of masks — here are the ones that worked and didn't

By New York Post  
   August 10, 2020

Bandannas, gaiters and knitted masks are some of the least effective face coverings for preventing the spread of coronavirus, according to a new study. Researchers at Duke University made the discovery while testing 14 different types of masks, according to the study published Friday.

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