It’s ok, NYT. You tried.
The New York Times actually made a map ‘tattling’ on parts of the country where people aren’t as good about wearing a mask as opposed to other areas where people are. The funny thing is, the darkest pink areas (you know, where most people are wearing masks) appear to be hot spots for the virus.
Sooo … did their cute little Karen map just prove masks don’t work?
— Margot Sanger-Katz (@sangerkatz) July 17, 2020
Hey, they said it’s extremely detailed and from what we can see, the darkest pink areas are pretty damn infected.
And isn’t it cute they used pink?
So masks don’t work. Good job
— Denise (@neeceetx) July 17, 2020
Something like that.
— Babylonian Cowboy (@BabylonCowboy) July 17, 2020
More people really should see this from Fauci.
How is this remotely accurate? Are you relying on facial recognition to compile the data?
— Matthew Kolken (@mkolken) July 17, 2020
They’re WATCHING YOU!
That is pretty good and may bring the infection rate down.
— Evelyn ✖ ✖ ✖ (@Evelyn__020) July 17, 2020
Except the areas where more people are wearing them have been spiking?
But hey, what do we know?