Why we should wear masks

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It has been interesting to listen to the current discussion around wearing a mask that has been circulating throughout the nation over the past few months. The science is imperfect, we know that. Understanding the COVID-19 virus is a work in progress and our understanding is growing daily. What we know now is better than what was known a month ago and is certainly better than operating in the dark. Understanding of this virus is evolving and as a result, knowledge is continuously expanding. We need to consider the information that we have learned and apply it to protect the health and wellness of our families, our communities, and ourselves.

Wearing a mask is not a belief system. Values, spirituality and religion are all critically important principles that promote health. For many of us, getting out of bed in the morning would be difficult if we did not have faith. It is critically important to the health of our nation that we do not confuse best medical practices with belief systems.







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