Fact-checked by: Maldita.es

2021/03/17 | Spain

FALSE: Consequences of using a mask: hypoxia, hypercapnia, bacterial pneumonia

Explanation: There is no evidence that the use of masks causes bacterial pneumonia. There is no evidence that wearing a mask causes hypoxia. There is also no evidence that the use of a mask causes hypercapnia

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