Hey everyone, it’s your friendly neighbourhood Spiderman here! My good friend Emma let me take over her blog for the day, so let’s get right to it!
I’ve been seeing a lot of anger over mask-wearing requirements, and hey, I totally get it. It can be a bit uncomfortable to wear a mask all day (trust me, I know). I get that things are tough right now, but it is for that very reason that we should wear masks in public. Of course, physically distancing yourselves from others is the most important step to prevent transmission of the virus, but wearing a mask is the next best thing you can do to protect yourself and others.
Sometimes physical distancing may not be possible, in which case it is important to have a mask as an extra precaution. On top of this, wearing a mask will make others around you feel more comfortable in this uncertain time and show them that you care about their wellbeing! Plus, masks are super cool! Just look at mine!
Another thing to remember is that you need to wear your mask properly for it to do its job. This means wearing the mask over your nose, not just on your mouth. And don’t forget, wearing a mask on your chin will do nothing for you. Can you imagine if I wore my mask hanging off my face? Everyone would discover my true identity, my enemies for would come for my loved ones, and I’d probably get arrested for vigilantism or something along those lines. Anyway, it’s better for everyone if you wear your mask on both your mouth and nose.
People often confide to me that they wish they could be a hero. Well, I’m telling you now that you can be a hero my following Covid-19 guidelines such as physically distancing, staying home when sick, and wearing a face mask. It may not be as glamorous as punching bad guys, but by following the guidelines, you can save tons of people from harm!
Want to be a hero? Mask up!