First and foremost ask yourself:
How often to medical professionals and scientists wear masks for long periods of time? Have you heard of any of them suffering from ill effects from wearing a face mask for their protection?
At least in Florida, data shows that young people from ages 15-34 made up 31% of the infections. There are many questions surrounding the transmission of Coronavirus and how it is moving from person to person, and what age groups. Then there is the issue surrounding the transmission of the virus by asymptomatic people. There are still a lot of question to be answered regarding this pandemic and the spread of the Coronavirus.
With this said, it is legitimate to ask if young people are contributing to the increase in the spread of the Coronavirus.
The Coronavirus may stay airborne, particularly in indoor spaces.
This is no joke, careless behavior will lead to infection, illness and more.
Vox reported an interesting set of scientific facts regarding infection rates and death rates from COVID 19. Some argue that the infection rates are not increasing and that the increase is due to testing. Along with this argument is the statement that death rates are not going up.
“If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything.”
― Mark Twain