When I wear a mask in public:

When I wear a mask in public:

II want it to be known that I know that I could be asymptomatic and still give the virus.
No, I don't ′′live in fear′′ of the virus; I just want to be part of the solution, not the problem.

I don't feel like "the government is controlling me". I feel like an adult contributing to society and I wish others would too.
The world isn't about me. It's not just about me and my comfort.
If we could all live thinking about others, the whole world would be a better place.
Wearing a mask doesn't make me weak, scared, stupid or even ′′controlled". It makes me considerate.
When you think about how you look, how uncomfortable it is or what other people think about you; imagine someone close – a child, a parent, an aunt or uncle, a grandparent – wheezing to breathe, choking in a ventilator, alone, without any family allowed at their bedside.
Ask yourself at least could you have done it for them?


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