The Dangers of Wearing Masks

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The Respiratory Protection Standard of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) considers any atmosphere with an oxygen level below 19.5 percent to be oxygen-deficient and immediately dangerous to life or health. Therefore, according to multiple tests performed with OSHA approved air quality monitors, wearing a face mask longer than 5 seconds is dangerous.

In a recent test by Nino Vitale, state representative from Ohio, oxygen levels drop into the danger zone FIVE SECONDS after putting on a mask. Using a GX-2009 gas monitor, a test of 3 different masks shows oxygen levels drop below the minimum Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) approved 19.5% safe level in less than five seconds.

The video shows 3 different school children being tested for oxygen levels while wearing 3 different types of masks (cloth mask, N-95 mask, surgical mask). Within 5 seconds, the alarm warned that oxygen had dropped below the safe level of 19.5% required by OSHA inside all 3 types of masks.

Breathing in air with low oxygen can cause major health issues. According to OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standards: “Oxygen levels below 19.5% are an immediate danger to life or health.” This is what so-called health experts, government officials and businesses are requiring employees, and soon, school children, to wear. What science did Acton, DeWine, Fauci and Husted use to try and mask an entire society? What testing did they do? What equipment did they use that we can vet and test for ourselves?

Human beings must breathe oxygen to survive and begin to suffer adverse health effects when the oxygen level of their breathing air drops. These so-called experts who cannot even agree among themselves, are putting the health of citizens in danger and soon, the health and cognitive ability of our school children.

“At concentrations of 16 to 19.5 percent, workers engaged in any form of exertion can rapidly become symptomatic as their tissues fail to obtain the oxygen necessary to function properly. Increased breathing rates, accelerated heartbeat, and impaired thinking or coordination occur more quickly in an oxygen-deficient environment,” states the OSHA standards cited in the OSHA REFERENCES below. The standards go further to clarify, 12 to 16 percent oxygen levels cause impaired attention, thinking, and coordination. Even in people who are resting.

I do not trust ANY of these so-called experts to make decisions for my health and safety, nor the health and safety of our children. Do you? It is time to alert our local school boards and superintendents about the dangers our children will face if we require masks when they go back to school.

And if you work for a company forcing you to wear a mask, show them this research and these OSHA REFERENCES. If they do not believe they are breaking OSHA health and safety protocols, they can order a GX-2009 gas monitor for themselves and conduct their own test.

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[ OSHA REFERENCES ]

Clarification of OSHA’s requirement for breathing air to have at least 19.5 percent oxygen content.
https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/standardinterpretations/2007-04-02-0

For example, oxygen-deficient atmospheres are the leading cause of confined space fatalities in the shipyard. While normal atmosphere contains between 20.8 and 21 percent oxygen, OSHA defines as oxygen deficient any atmosphere that contains less than 19.5 percent oxygen, and as oxygen enriched, any atmosphere that contains more than 22 percent.
https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/shipyard/shiprepair/confinedspace/oxygendeficient.html

OSHA defines oxygen deficient atmosphere as: An atmosphere with an oxygen content below 19.5% by volume.
https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.134

OSHA says Cloth Face Coverings are not considered personal protective equipment (PPE) and will not protect the wearer against airborne transmissible infectious agents due to loose fit and lack of seal or inadequate filtration. OSHA also says Surgical Masks will not protect the wearer against airborne transmissible infectious agents due to loose fit and lack of seal or inadequate filtration. https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/covid-19/covid-19-faq.html

How to file a workplace safety complaint:
https://www.osha.gov/workers/file_complaint.html

Contact the OSHA office in your state:
https://www.osha.gov/contactus/bystate


 
Masks Don’t Work – A review of science relevant to COVID-19 social policy
by Denis G. Rancourt, PhD Researcher, Ontario Civil Liberties Association (ocla.ca)
There have been extensive randomized controlled trial (RCT) studies, and meta-analysis reviews of RCT studies, which all show that masks and respirators do not work to prevent respiratory influenza-like illnesses or respiratory illnesses believed to be transmitted by droplets and aerosol particles. https://vaccinechoicecanada.com/wp-content/uploads/masks-dont-work-denis-rancourt-april-2020.pdf

OSHA says masks don’t work and violate OSHA oxygen levels
Peggy Hall from TheHealthyAmerican.org explains how the US. Department of Labor Occupational and Safety and Health Administration’s guidelines clearly show cloth and surgical masks don’t work to reduce transmission of COVID-19, and how they deplete the body of oxygen causing adverse health effects.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3STOGvsVCPs

Science Says Healthy People Should Not Wear Masks
https://www.thehealthyamerican.org/masks-dont-work


 
What is a blood oxygen level test?
https://medlineplus.gov/lab-tests/blood-oxygen-level

A blood oxygen level test is used to check how well your lungs are working and measure the acid-base balance in your blood. Most blood tests take a sample from a vein. But for a blood oxygen level test, a health care provider will take a sample of blood from an artery. That’s because blood from an artery has higher oxygen levels than blood from a vein. The sample is usually taken from an artery inside the wrist. This is called the radial artery. Sometimes the sample is taken from an artery in the elbow or the groin.

The test usually includes the following measurements: Oxygen content (O2CT), Oxygen saturation (O2Sat), Partial pressure of oxygen (PaO2), Partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PaCO2) and pH.

Another type of test, called pulse oximetry, also checks blood oxygen levels. This test doesn’t use a needle or require a blood sample. In pulse oximetry, a small clip-like device with a special sensor is attached to your fingertip, toe, or earlobe. Since the device measures oxygen “peripherally” (in an outer area), the results are given as peripheral oxygen saturation, also known as SpO2.


 

If you get headaches while wearing a mask check this video out

Posted by Kenny Larson on Saturday, June 20, 2020

Testing with OSHA approved Industrial Scientific MX6 iBrid™ Multi-Gas Monitor w/Pump, LEL (Methane),CO,H2S,O2

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