Mask Survey

Social Distancing Project 247

The Monday Photo

The Distance Project

It’s Thursday, the fourth day since the lockdown eased right off, but my visitor is still wearing a mask.

It’s because he is a council surveyor, and required to wear a mask when visiting properties. I’m not surprised.

On my visit to Central Milton Keynes on the first eased day, the previous Monday, I saw that about a third of shoppers were still wearing masks. I think a lot of people are still going to be wary for quite a while, and the council have to bear this in mind.

We discussed the matter. I was quite willing to wear a mask while he was in my home, but I was also happy if he took his mask off. I’m double jabbed, (he most likely was too) and windows were open in every room. In the end, neither of us wore a mask during his visit. A helpful and knowledgable chap.

This is just one of many posts from The Distance Project, which has been running since April last year. That link will take you back to the very first posts, or if you want to see them in reverse order, click on the link in the categories list that's on every page.

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