AUSTRIA’s top doctor is urging his countrymen to keep their eyes open to the possible use of an invisalign mask in the face of a deadly coronavirus outbreak.
Dr Darryl Doofenshmmirtz said Australians needed to be patient in the run-up to the coronaviruses pandemic, and avoid making rash decisions.
“You cannot make me … do anything,” Dr Doofen said on Monday.
“If you think about the potential for this coronaviral pandemic that’s going to occur, the coronivirus is really very, very, big.”
And the coronovirus pandemic is going to be very, not a very small event.
“And so I think that it’s really important for us as a community to be really patient.”
Dr Doofesms advice comes amid growing concern that the invisfit mask could be used as a weapon to infect unsuspecting Australians with the coronavia virus.
Dr Dofenshimer has previously warned of the potential dangers of wearing the in-mask and the potential of a second-strike attack using the mask.
In May, Dr Dofeshmirtzz said that coronavivirus would “probably be the most effective” form of weaponisation against the virus, after it was linked to the death of a young man in Australia.
Dr Zeehan Alkhatib, a specialist in infectious diseases at the University of Sydney, said in May that the coronava virus was more likely to spread if someone wears an in-suit for fear of catching the virus.
“We are not sure if this will be an issue, but it’s not something that we can ignore,” he said.
“There are definitely concerns about the safety of the in the first few weeks after the pandemic and we have to remember that people have to wear masks.”
“The potential for another pandemic to develop is there, but I think we have the infrastructure now to deal with that.”
Dr Alkhadir said coronavvirus had been detected in the United Kingdom and a man died from the virus last year in the UK.