CNBC Correspondent Encourages Viewers to Wear Three Masks

More is always better — I suppose, to an extent, that’s the American way. Now that philosophy is apparently spilling over into how we wear masks.

Speaking this week to NBC’s Savannah Guthrie, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the unparalleled expert on all things COVID-19, suggested Americans wear two masks instead of one. The scientific reason behind the edification, he told Guthrie, is “it just makes common sense” that two masks are “likely” better than one.

Following the natural arc of the doctor’s logic, it begs the question: Why not more than two masks, then? Now we turn to CNBC correspondent Contessa Brewer, who picked up the mantle from there.

Speaking to anchor Shep Smith, she said Americans should probably be wearing three masks because, as Fauci’s logic would suggest, wearing three masks is better than just settling for a mere two face coverings.

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Source: CBN