So I decided to dry cloths at the laundromat. I usually do it outside or in my living room. But it's been raining all week and my kid just cleaned her closet so there are way to many for the living room at this point.
It's an anti mask town here. Seems to be mostly about owning the libs..
It was busy and I was the only one with a mask. Normally I avoid town and go to the city because everyone gives me dirty looks for wearing one.
I rinsed all my scrubs even though they weren't dirty and brought them along to fluff them dry in the dryer instead of ironing. They dry way faster than all the jeans. So I stood there with my mask next to my medical uniforms right in the middle of a bunch of very sheepish looking ass holes for a long time while everything else dried. And had the entire 3 middle tables all to myself.
When traveling to the 'bluer' part of my state, where masks are seen as an infringement on one's Constitutional rights, when someone challenged me for wearing a mask, I said something like this to him: "Excuse me, but I just tested positive for the Coronavirus, and was told I should quarantine myself and self-isolate. But I felt that was an infringement on my rights, so I'm just gonna keep doing my thing, but I'm wearing this mask because my wife has a compromised immunity and I don't want to infect her or anyone else [followed by a loud cough]."
. Gotta love it! Seeing you in or washing scrubs might be the one thing that makes everyone, regardless of political leaning or pan/plandemic-ing, hush when you are wearing a mask!! That might even be a great way for those who live in more mask-hostile areas to not be discriminated against... buy and wear scrubs daily.
I work in a place of 200 employees. It's me and about 4 others wearing masks. They've had one outbreak of 25 folks at the very beginning. Now that MO has loosened up restrictions, we're having more after a month of no new cases, four last week 7 this week.
Thank you for being a medical professional.
You have my utmost respect.
On the rare occasions when I shop I wear my full face mask with glass over face from the old days of open cab farming (hobby farm years ago). I get some rather odd looks but have yet to be ridiculed.
On the brighter side, they gave you personal space.
I started wearing my scrubs (clean ones, my work ones are laundered by the hospital where I work) when I have to go to the grocery store or whatnot. The first time it was unintentional, but I definitely noticed that people happily gave me plenty of distance, so I've continued the practice.