Mask vs. No Mask Test by OSHA Oxygen Level Standards

Published on Aug 15, 2020
People are being forced to wear masks to work, putting in well over 40 hours per week in many cases. They then have to put on masks to buy food, go out in public places, and are even told to wear one at home by public officials. What many people do not realize is that this is causing serious health issues for the people wearing them because of the reduced oxygen levels, which drop almost immediately. There are many other reasons why masks are bad for physiological and mental health, but the simple fact that masks reduce oxygen intake should be enough.
The man in this video tests oxygen levels with OSHA approved equipment, using OSHA standards, while wearing mask vs. no mask.
Reduced oxygen intake (hypoxia) can result in headache, dizziness, and even long term brain damage.
The effects of hypoxic or anoxic brain injury, where the brain is starved of oxygen, can range from mild, short-term symptoms such as dizziness or concentration problems, through to severe, long-term issues including vision, speech and memory.
Brain damage is now mandatory (for the greater good).

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