gotta say, compliance in Hali is very close to 100%. makes me feel a lot better about being out and about doing things like groceries.I noticed someone in front me at Loblaws sans mask...when it was my turn to pay, I brought it up with the cashier and her reply was "I didn't want to deal with it". I don't blame her.
The maskless lady then went on to line up at the internal Starbucks, so I pointed her out to the security dude on my way out.
Boring story, I know, but the fact that this was an odd sighting for me shows how much compliance there is in Toronto.
As an aside, I was hanging out with someone who owns a resto in Prince Edward County, and they have their fair share of complaining Karen's over there.
I had wondered that myself, haha.Did we just witness a murder?
I saw a report on Marketplace and they state that if a mask wearer's glasses fog up, it indicates that the mask is not fitting properly.I can honestly say that in the very few places I’ve been everyone has been wearing a mask. Unfortunately I see quite a few wearing then with their node poking out over the top of the mask.
By the way does anyone know a good solution to keep eyeglasses from fogging up?
My understanding is that fogging is more prevalent when the mask doesn’t fit tight enough across the nasal bridge.Shape and size of face, especially those with larger noses, matters. Fogging usually indicates the standard mask is not large enough.