Flying During The "New Normal" Era

The messaging is effective, and it’s clear that the majority of people are following the guidelines. It’s a stark reminder of how serious this pandemic is, and how important it is to take precautions to protect ourselves and others. The messaging also serves as a reminder that we all have a responsibility to do our part in helping to contain the virus.

It’s encouraging to see so many people taking the necessary steps to protect themselves and others. Wearing a mask is one of the most effective ways to reduce transmission of COVID-19, and I’m glad that so many people are taking this seriously.

I understand the need for masks, but I also understand why people don’t like wearing them. It’s uncomfortable and can be difficult to breathe in them. Plus, it’s a reminder of the pandemic and all the restrictions that come with it. I think it’s important to remember that while we may not like wearing masks, they are necessary to help keep us safe and healthy.

That way, you won’t have to worry about the airline’s food and beverage policies.

The absurdity of the mask bylaw is that it doesn’t make sense to require people to wear a mask at all times in the airport and aboard the plane, yet allow them to take it off when they are eating or drinking. It’s like saying that masks are necessary for safety, but then allowing people to remove them in a situation where they could be exposed to germs and viruses. This creates an inconsistency in the rules and makes it difficult for people to understand what is expected of them.

So, I wonder how many of us are playing along with the charade, not because we believe in any real threat but because it’s easier to go along with the crowd than to stand up and question the status quo?

The masks are a way to protect ourselves and others from the spread of COVID-19. Wearing a mask helps to reduce the spread of droplets that come out when we talk, cough, or sneeze. It also helps to remind us to not touch our face and keep our hands clean.