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No medical journal “brave enough” to publish the first randomized, controlled study of masks as protection against COVID-19

The DANMASK study, among others, is noted in this BMJ article from last month, calling for “better evidence on non-drug interventions for COVID-19”:
https://www.bmj.com/content/370/bmj.m3473

Now that it’s complete, the study’s authors are trying to find a journal “brave enough” to publish it. What this obviously tells us is that this new RCT—like all the others on masking and respiratory viruses—has found that they don’t work, and, possibly, that they’re unhealthy, too. 

Alex Berenson has confirmed that the study’s authors can’t (yet) find a journal that will run the article:
https://twitter.com/alexberenson/status/1317875526997102594?s=27

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