Post COVID in El Salvador

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Post COVID in El Salvador

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I recently went on a trip with my dad to his home of El Salvador. I wasn’t too surprised that most COVID restrictions had been lifted three years later. I was more surprised that some people were still wearing masks. I leaned that people who work hospitality are still required (or strongly suggested) to still wear masks. There are hardly any remnants left from all the COVID mandates but I found these signs at one of the restaurants we went to reminding people to social distance. It’s interesting to see people now still wearing masks and sanitizing their hands in excess. I wonder if this is the “new norm” we were all talking about two years ago.

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This item was submitted on May 23, 2023 by Angelica S Ramos using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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