Excerpted from The New York Times by Shannon Doyne
Masks can be uncomfortable and hot, and they can even steam up your glasses. They hide facial expressions and can get lost or dirty. Still, health experts agree that wearing a mask in public is an important way to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
In some parts of the country and the world, mask wearing has become routine. If you walk down the street, four out of five people you see would be wearing a mask. In other places, though, wearing a mask is much less common.
What’s your relationship with masks during the pandemic? Do you wear them when you go outside — or inside public buildings? Do you have a favorite mask? Do your family members wear masks outside the house? Do the people in your community?
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