|You don't need to spend money on a fancy manufactured mask. I've cut up ripped sheets.|
|Here's my husband in one of my scarves|
I keep a bag of scarves and large pieces of cloth on the doorknob, on the inside of the front door.
When we come back home, we put the "mask" in the laundry and wash our hands with soap and water.
Since we live in a private house in Shiloh, which is rather rural/suburban, we don't need to be in a dangerous elevator or closed stairwell to leave home. This is a safety luxury that not all people can enjoy. I honestly don't know what I would do if leaving home was more dangerous.
As a senior citizen who does everything in my power to stay fit and healthy, walking isn't a luxury; it's a necessity. When I see adults and children out without masks, they are endangering everyone's health. Young people can carry the virus and infect others without any symptoms at all. It is necessary to wear masks, no matter how "good" you feel.
Going Out to Public Space