Yesterday we discussed the rising calls for the mandatory wearing of masks to be dropped, in light of lower COVID-19 infections. If government goes the route of some other countries it will then become a choice to wear a mask.
But globally there’s a new debate. Is it good manners and good ethics to wear a mask. Could it become a norm to stop the spread of colds and flu even if COVID-19 stops being a major concern?
We’re now joined by Professor Sylvester Chima, from the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s College of Health Sciences.
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