Masks: Is it over?!

a pink surgical mask lays on a white background
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Editor’s Note: Oakland Voices alumna Kevonna Taylor shares how she feels about mask guidelines, especially now with variants. Now that California is slowly re-opening, and masks can come off for those who are vaccinated in many places, Taylor shares how she feels.

Whew. What a year, I am sure we can say. It was definitely life-changing—some good, some bad. I am sure like for most, the masks at first definitely was different, and a bit frustrating at first. I definitely would be hot, sweating or could not breathe 90% in them. Or the 10% time when I get all the way to go in the store, and have to do the quick jog to get mask I left out the car.  

Surprisingly, I must say, after a year, it became more of my everyday life. As things go back to normal, and the lifts of masks are optional, I find myself being contradicting if I am going to be comfortable taking off my mask—as well as seeing other people not wearing masks or going in public so comfortable. I have definitely gotten used to the fact of other having masks.

So now that the lift is here, I am not sure how comfortable I would be moving forward. But I am definitely going to wear my masks in public places. It has definitely became part of my everyday wardrobe. Maybe next year, I will slowly begin to come out the mask. Till then MASK UP, STAY SAFE! 

About Kevonna Taylor

My name is Kevonna Taylor, and I’m journalist major. News and celebrities' updates are what I enjoy analyzing the most. I took two years of journalism in high school, and I am a graduate of class 2017. Now I am in college, majoring in journalism. My dream is to work hard, change lives and make a difference, not only for myself, but for my family, and my community. View all posts by Kevonna Taylor →

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