As new and highly-contagious variants of the coronavirus continue to emerge, including at least two cases reported in New Jersey, people are looking for ways to better protect themselves. One of those ways includes the practice of double-masking, or wearing two masks on top of each other at the same time. But does it actually help the effectiveness of masking? According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and presidential advisor, the answer is it “likely does,” as coverings help prevent droplets from entering the body. To read the full story.