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COVID restrictions

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I have followed the protocols and restrictions as best I can, but there are always people who think we're not doing enough. One story was when my grandmother was shopping, and when she got out of the store, she took her mask off. Someone saw her with here mask off while she was putting her groceries in her car, and someone doing the same near her saw someone wearing a mask and walking by, and he said rather loudly (so my grandmother could hear him), "Oh good, you're wearing a mask. Some people don't." My grandmother almost walked over to the man and said, "Oh, you mean this mask?" waving her mask around. This is an example of people passively shaming people, and I do not like that.

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This item was submitted on January 19, 2021 by Conrad R. Weston using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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