Why Do People in the West Hate Face Masks So Much?

It’s a Cultural Issue, Not a Scientific One

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When Covid-19 began to spread to my home town, Hong Kong, people didn’t spend an extra second to think about getting face masks. In fact, most of us would’ve some leftover from SARS days, and immediately put them on and buy more.




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