If 80% of Americans Wore Masks, COVID-19 Infections Would Plummet, New Study Says

People walk through Piazza Duomo in Milan on May 7th. Some restrictions were lifted this week in Italy.
People walk through Piazza Duomo in Milan on May 7th. Some restrictions were lifted this week in Italy.
BY CARLO COZZOLI/SHUTTERSTOCK.

If you’re wondering whether to wear or not to wear, consider this. The day before yesterday, 21 people died of COVID-19 in Japan. In the United States, 2,129 died. Comparing overall death rates for the two countries offers an even starker point of comparison with total U.S. deaths now at a staggering 76,032 and Japan’s fatalities at 577. Japan’s population is about 38% of the U.S., but even adjusting for population, the Japanese death rate is a mere 2% of America’s.

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