#CoverYourNose — Mask Adherence Study at UC San Diego (PreRegistered)

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UCSD Observational Study of Mask Adherence

Nose-agnostic mask behavior was far more prevalent among men than women on campus, χ2 (1, N = 376) = 8.56, p = .003.

Cover Your Eyes / Wear Your Glasses

Higher viral load = more severe case = lower chance of survival = wear a mask & cover your nose

Be good to each other — This too shall pass

The Two Masketeers

Dual masking Among The Secret Service (Inauguration Day)

“Calculations for hypothetical cloth stacks with similar pressure drop as observed for a surgical mask revealed that by stacking adequate numbers of layers of the various sample materials it is possible to obtain decent filtration efficiency using cloth materials” (Drewnick et al., 2021)

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Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD

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I'm passionate about making a tangible difference in the lives of others, & that's something I have the opportunity to do a professor & researcher.

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