Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences: Stopping The Spread

Mandatory mask use on the Harvard campus has been a major factor in limiting the spread of COVID-19. During the fall semester, the University reported only a 0.12 percent positivity rate on campus, and a rate of only 0.05 percent among undergraduates.

The science is clear and the numbers don’t lie—masks work, but not all masks are created equal.

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