It's long been apparent that governments are thrashing round, making it up as they go along and flip-flopping from one policy to another. But now, increasingly it seems like the medical community is pretty much doing the same.
Over the past few weeks, I've started to see conflicting advice and polar opposite opinions attributed to 'spokespersons' from organisations like the WHO where, at the beginning of the pandemic, I got the impression that such bodies were pretty much speaking with one voice.
If wearing the mask correctly decreases the changes of getting covid-19 40%-60%, doubling the time spend in risky areas because one feels protected increases the risk back to normal. Its still beneficial, but the risk does not change.
Anyone knows where it is?