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Yiff! Cough.

2020-06-25 04:41:33.634035+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

I'm just saying, why take chances?

Can Being a Furry Protect You from Coronavirus?

“Fursuit heads are multilayer, and constructed in a whole host of different materials and styles,” says Doc Wolverine, a medical doctor who often answers questions about health on Twitter. He points out that heads can minimize droplet spray from an infected person. Just like the cloth masks you (hopefully) see everyone wearing when you go to the grocery store, “Anything without an airtight seal and sufficiently small filter is more about protecting others from what you have than protecting you from others

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