Wearing a mask is being polite, not a political statement.

You were standing on the sidewalk in January and someone balancing on a cane and carrying a heavy bag tripped and fell. Did you stop to help them?

Of course, you did. It would be a common courtesy to do so. No one questioned your politics, no one thought less of you for being kind.

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