CDC weighs recommending better masks against Omicron
© Reuters. FILPHOTO: A pedestrian train passes through New York City wearing masks, as the number of cases due to the Delta virus continue rising. This is July 26th, 2021. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
(Reuters] – Due to an increase of Omicron coronavirus-related cases, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now considering revising its mask guidance. The Washington Post reported Monday.
The N95 or KN95 protective masks are recommended by the agency to patients if the patient is able to do so on a regular basis, according to reports.
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