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Hello,

Here is a paragraph from TIME Health. I don’t understand the grammatical structure of the underlined part.Does Jane Baseman mean “being masked”? If something is wrong with the sentence, doesn’t the writer have to use (sic)?

“What I’ve seen supports things that we already knew, which are that if you’re going to gather, being further apart is better than being stuck close together, that being is masked is better than being unmasked, and that being outside is better than being inside,” says Janet Baseman, a professor of epidemiology at the University of Washington.

https://time.com/5861633/prote...&et_rid=95317537

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