Five Reasons Why Wearing A Paper Mask Shouldn’t Be A Problem
It looks like more and more governments from around the world are finally starting to wake up to the idea that wearing a mask can actually help to save lives.
After all, one of the main ways of catching the virus is by inhaling the ‘cough’ and ‘sneeze’ clouds (non-medical term) of people who have got the virus.
So surely, being asked to wear a paper mask when you are around other people is not such a big deal when you consider that, for some people, catching the virus could mean the end of their life.
I get that some people just do not like being told what to do, regardless of the rationale behind the instructions.
Personally, I think that we need a certain amount of discipline if we all want to live in a ‘civilised’ society. Otherwise, our civilisation will be, well, uncivilised (if it isn’t already).
Our team of social media publishers have seen a lot of ‘chatter’ on SM over the past couple of days from people who are getting really upset at the thought of having to wear a mask so that fewer people must die.
So we thought that we would highlight the following five simple reasons which outline why wearing a paper mask really should not be a massive issue:
Reason #1 – fewer people will die
Reason #2 – fewer people will die
Reason #3 – fewer people will die
Reason #4 – fewer people will die
Reason #5 – fewer people will die
So there you have it; five simple reasons which outline why, in the context of a far bigger picture, wearing a paper mask when you are near other people really should not be a major issue.
If you do want some paper masks, then you can buy a pack of 50 for as little as 9.98 on Amazon
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