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German Consumer Protection Agency: Masks Are Harmful, Especially For Children

The study concluded that a number of the masks did not even fit the appropriate breathing criteria for adults.

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“A German consumer organization has found that FFP2 masks, very similar to N95 masks in the U.S., are harmful to children after carrying out testing on 15 different models that were labeled fit for children,” Life Site News reported.

“Stiftung Warentest, one of Germany’s largest consumer organizations, carried out a study on the FFP2 masks to check whether they were adapted to children’s breathing power and lung volume and whether they allowed them to receive enough oxygen.”

“The standards specify very clear criteria for adult FFP2 masks, but there are no such criteria for children’s masks,” stated the report of the study. “One thing is clear, however, children generally have less powerful breathing than healthy adults, and often only half of their lung volume.”

One of the most starkly revealing and troubling observations came from Dr. Margarite Griesz-Brisson MD, PhD, one of Europe’s leading neurologists and neurophysiologists focused on neurotoxicology, environmental medicine, neuro-regeneration and neuroplasticity. She has gone on record stating: “The rebreathing of our exhaled air will without a doubt create oxygen deficiency and  flooding of carbon dioxide. We know that the human brain is very sensitive to oxygen deprivation.”

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Life Site NewsCollective EvolutionStiftung Warentest

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