There are standards for this stuff:Supercooled wrote: ↑Mar 12th, 2018 12:50 pmIt donned on me that family doctors do not wear face masks when treating their patients. I asked my own family doctor that question once and he confidently told me he can tell since he knows his patients well enough to know. I find that foolishly arrogant and even reckless as most contageons have a long incubation period and if he caught something from one of his patients he can pass it on to you unknowingly and pass it. I think the idea of wearing masks out in public has just made so much more sense now.
What do you think? Overly paranoid or wise and prudent?
https://www.ucsfhealth.org/education/ho ... ecautions/