Masks and social distancing work, new analysis finds

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Masks and social distancing work, new analysis finds

People in San Francisco’s Dolores Park sit inside painted circles designed to help them keep a healthy distance to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. A new analysis published in the journal Lancet on Monday, June 1, 2020, provides reassurance that masks and social distancing help but hand washing and other measures are still needed to control the coronavirus.
Children wash their hands at the Saint-Tronc Castelroc primary school in Marseille, southern France. A new analysis published Monday, June 1, in the journal Lancet finds masks and social distancing help but hand washing and other measures are still needed to control the coronavirus.

Masks and social distancing work, new analysis finds

People in San Francisco’s Dolores Park sit inside painted circles designed to help them keep a healthy distance to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. A new analysis published in the journal Lancet on Monday, June 1, 2020, provides reassurance that masks and social distancing help but hand washing and other measures are still needed to control the coronavirus.
Children wash their hands at the Saint-Tronc Castelroc primary school in Marseille, southern France. A new analysis published Monday, June 1, in the journal Lancet finds masks and social distancing help but hand washing and other measures are still needed to control the coronavirus.
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