Masks off outside after midnight!

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Trishia
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Masks off outside after midnight!

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I am sooooo happy to report that I will be able to go for my daily walk, WITHOUT THAT THING ON MY FACE!
I find the mask so hard to breathe in as I walk. I can hardly wait until I get home and remove it.

=D= :happy-sunshine:

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I have a problem.
I suffer from colds.
This year no colds.
I have made fun of my Asian friends for wearing masks. Not any more.
I think masks are treat for some of us.
Thats just me.
I am keeping mine on.

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Good thinking.

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I suffer from Asthma & also find it hard to breath with the mask above the nose.
My doctor told me to leave the top under the nose but still cover the mouth.
Just lift it when amongst a crowd!

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I'm prone to chronic bronchitis, so I bought a cycling mask that provides reasonable airflow, though so far I've only used it during the bushfires. I've managed quite well with the ordinary ones during this pandemic. They're lighter to wear than the vented ones.

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