Thanks to Darin Oenning for doing this work. We were curious about the relationship between mask use in various countries, as reported by the survey I posted on earlier, and cases. Here is the answer–none. Running mask use against cases per million of population shows about as low a correlation as you could have, basically zero. A country’s population wears masks a lot, it may or may not have a lot of cases. A country’s population has a low rate of mask wearing, it may or may not have a lot of cases. Yep, masks are a silver bullet into the werewolf of coronavirus. And don’t forget California, the mask mandate really worked there to prevent a surge of cases. This story points out that daily cases in the state have risen 162% since their idiot Governor imposed a mask mandate. (Cal. Story) Yep, masks will do the trick.