How to Politely Ask People to Wear a Mask

How to Politely Ask People to Wear a Mask

People are social beings who not only thrive on interactions with others but rely on it daily. Whether it’s a conversation with a friend, time with family, or a business interaction, I think we can all agree we miss mixing with people.
 
However, with all the chaos and fear COVID-19 brought into our lives, our typical social opportunities as well as norms have gone sideways. Even if when we do have the opportunity to see people in person, there’s an enormous elephant in the room with us — mask or no mask?
 
The rules for interacting during a pandemic are complicated, but the mask issue is as huge as the elephant.
 
How do you get someone to politely wear a mask without sounding obnoxious?

 

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