At all. That was my criteria. Not what the mask was made of. Not whether it was worn correctly. I just wondered who was wearing a mask, and when were they wearing it.
My trip pushed me past thousands and thousands of people. Here’s what I learned…
The hotel required front-line employees to wear masks, especially, when they are charging a lot of money for nothing in particular.
I think this was to conceal their identity.
Other employees, like in Housekeeping, rarely wear masks.
Considering what they have to clean up every day, COVID-19 is like a breath of fresh air to them.
The hotel overlooked a convention center. Event entry required vaccination or a negative test. And a mask.
You could also see the stadium, where 68,000 maskless maniacs had recently sat elbow-to-elbow at the World Series.
So, you can’t get COVID-19 at sporting events.
But you can get it at a convention.
But only on the first day.
By the second day, easily two-thirds of the folks on the floor weren’t wearing masks.
That pretty much changed at the airport.
Everybody was wearing masks, again.
If you’re a pilot, you can’t get COVID-19.
That includes the pilot that replaced his “Welcome Aboard” speech with a list of directives and punishments regarding mask-compliance.
He wasn’t wearing a mask.
If you ever wanted to be a pilot, go to a restaurant or bar.
You won’t be able to fly a plane, but medically speaking, your immune system becomes invincible to COVID-19.
This is good to know.
Reliable studies prove that alcoholics may die of liver disease but not from a virus.
Actually, that last statement was completely false.
As we know, almost everybody always dies of COVID-19.
And why not. The government pays more for COVID-19.
That’s all the information I was able to gather.
It was a short trip. -TD