Not interested in masks anymore, to be honest (except within medical facilities - that is fair enough). If others want to wear a mask, that is up to them and I don't give anyone a hard time. I twice had accidents (two falls and once banging my head) because I could not see where I was going (I sometimes wear glasses instead of contact lenses). I am more worried about that than the virus - especially as there is little evidence that 'everyday' masks are effective and little research into the potential downsides.Absolutely agree . I don't think Lockdowns can occur unless the virus does another 90 degrees and is as deadly as the original wild type was before vaccinations .As for masks I would like to see them implemented more on transport and in shops etc . Social distancing I think should be a personal choice .
There is already some research suggesting that prolonged mask wearing increases mouth and gum disease, for example - and a few papers emerging suggesting that many masks contain various particulates and volatile organic compounds that you are constantly breathing in - these are carcinogenic and can damage the upper respiratory system. I'll give masks a miss, thanks.