Demand for face masks is surging because of the coronavirus - but doctors say wearing one isn't the safest thing you can do




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  • 2020-02-08 14:03:00Z
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Demand for face masks is surging because of the coronavirus - but doctors say wearing one isn\
Demand for face masks is surging because of the coronavirus - but doctors say wearing one isn\'t the safest thing you can do  
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