MIT's new mask policy bans groups from forcing people to wear masks
Bravo. A giant step forward. I'm sure my outreach to MIT had nothing to do with this.
MIT has a new mask policy: they aren’t required anymore.
More importantly, you can’t be forced to wear a mask.
It’s a step forward. They still think the CDC is credible and masks work, but I’m thankful for this step forward. One step at a time.
It’s still amazing to me that anyone at MIT thinks masks work. My $50,000 debate challenge.
If you are an MIT faculty member who thinks that masks work, if you want to debate my team and show how we got it wrong, I’ll make a major donation to your research group.
For further info
MIT's updated face covering policy
Vinay Prasad’s video on MIT mask policy
MIT's New Mask Policy Bars People From Asking Others to Mask Up
I use a P100... but rarely. It fits really closely and well. You could be smoking a cigar next to me and I'd not know it.
I have leukemia (CLL) and secondary MS and a really over-reacting immune system.
NEVER have I expected others to wear any kind of mask around me.
NEVER have I needed those around me to be vaccinated (those things have me worry for those who use them).
We each look after ourselves, and that squashes the virus. PUBLIC health has to start with each of us taking care of ourselves.
It took Science and Logic infused MIT this long to wake up??