Vogue: Mask Wars? New Yorkers Will Sit This One Out. We’ve Already Seen Enough Death.

Vogue: Mask Wars? New Yorkers Will Sit This One Out. We’ve Already Seen Enough Death.. “Historically, New Yorkers are not known for their patience or their politeness. But that was before the tent hospitals in Central Park and the refrigerated trucks parked outside of hospitals throughout Manhattan, or the commandeering of the Javits Center and the U.S. Open for overflow COVID-19 patients. March was a demarcation line for many of us New Yorkers. The weeks of silent streets regularly punctuated by the sound of ambulance sirens changed all of us who stayed in the city. We saw early on the frightening implications of this coronavirus pandemic and when the government told us to put on our face masks, we obeyed.”