Recent laboratory analysis of several used face masks worn by children revealed the presence of dangerous pathogenic bacteria. The samples were send by a group of parents to the University of Florida’s Mass Spectrometry Research and Education Center. Amanda Donoho told Just the News she decided to test the masks after her son developed a giant rash on his face. A facial scraping from a Dermatologist finally determined it was a fungal infection, a moisture from the mask was to blame.
The reports from the lab found multiple quite dangerous bacteria samples including streptococcus pneumonia and mycobacterium tuberculosis.
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