The World Health Organization and our Ministry of Health have always maintained that unless you are sick, there is no need for masks. However, there is evidence from countries where the universal practice of masks fared better in the COVID-19 pandemic. Professor Moy Fong Ming in her letter to the Star discuss on the issue of ‘to masks or not to masks’.
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