According to sources some masks contain very harmful substances, and Canadian health officials have issued a recall for some disposable masks.
Are you tired of all the nonsense?
I think most of my fellow patriots are. There has been so much misinformation and fake news about the virus and everything related to masks.
Some people are now wearing two masks!
Two masks that may be full of potentially harmful graphene particles.
Graphene particles that people are breathing in; if they are wearing certain brands of these disposable masks.
We have been misled yet again ladies and gentlemen. We are once again being told to listen to ‘experts’ who did not know about this graphene issue from the outset.
Take a look:
Global News reported:
Health Canada issued an advisory and asked distributors to recall face masks that contain graphene or biographene, citing potential inhalation risks.
In an advisory released Friday, the agency said there is a “potential that wearers could inhale graphene particles from some masks, which may pose health risks.”
Health Canada said graphene is a novel nanomaterial — a material made of tiny particles — that is reported to have antiviral and antibacterial properties.
“Health Canada conducted a preliminary scientific assessment after being made aware that masks containing graphene have been sold with COVID-19 claims and used by adults and children in schools and daycares,” the advisory reads.
Metro UK likewise reported:
Some face masks in use by the public contain dangerous levels of toxic chemicals, according to a new analysis by scientists.
The masks were found to contain levels of formaldehyde and fluorocarbons that, when in close proximity to the mouth for extended periods of time, could cause dangerous levels of exposure. These chemicals can both cause surface issues like watery eyes, burning nose and throat, as well as coughing, wheezing and nausea.
While the scientists emphasised that this didn’t include all masks, some face masks available for sale did appear to contain alarming amounts of the restricted substances.