French hospitals ask for home-made masks but...

Many people around the world have made themselves masks based on a '' design

Several hospitals have been accepting home-made fabric masks from the public, however they will not confirm if such masks are actually effective or not…

There has been mixed opinion from doctors about the usefulness for the public of masks, especially home-made fabric ones.

The CHU de Saint-Brieuc (teaching hospital) in Brittany recently put out a request to the public to make masks for it based on a model suggested by the CHU de Grenoble, saying that the masks would be used by non-medical staff of the hospital so as to keep the stocks of the professionally-made masks for medical staff. 

It added however: «This request ...

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