Researchers from the University of Cambridge have made an unexpected discovery.
They believe that wearing pantyhose as a mask effectively protects against coronavirus.< br />
The results of the study were published last week in the peer-reviewed journal PLoS ONE.
The researchers compared several modifications to homemade masks to improve protection for ill-fitting personal protective equipment.
The scientists used the cut-out part of the tights on the thighs and put them on the heads and masks of the participants, which allowed the pressure of the elastic fabric to hold the mask tightly.
According to the scientists, using tights as a seal was the best way to mask tightly. However, people do not like the appearance of such an invention.