To PaulVDV: masks

  • Thank you Paul for your critiques today.
    In Sweden masks are strongly recommended to be worn in public transports during rush hours and in crowded places indoors. But it is even more strongly recommended to avoid crowds and to keep a distance to others everywhere. Shops, restaurants and cinemas have only been allowed a limited number of customers/visitors. When visiting hospitals or health clinics masks are compulsory. The state health authorities regard face masks as fairly useless outside. The orders are: keep a distance, avoid crowds. We have never been fined or imprisoned for not wearing useless masks in the streets.
    Have a nice week,