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Distancing and masks cut COVID-19 risk, says largest review of evidence

Reuters Tuesday, 2 June 2020
Keeping at least one metre apart and wearing face masks and eye protection are the best ways to cut the risk of COVID-19 infection, according to the largest review to date of studies on coronavirus disease transmission.
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News video: One metre away or two? Social distancing and masks explained

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Keeping two meters away from others, wearing face masks and eye protection prevent the spread of coronavirus. Used alone and none of these measures offer complete protection. They must be used together with hand hygiene. The social distancing of two meters lowers the risk of infection to 2.6%,...

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