probably about one in ten people wearing masks on the subway, something like roundabout that number anyway. there's various demographics who seem to do that more than others. see quite a few people wearing them on the street still, not loads but it's a daily occurance. i was in microscope gallery in chelsea today and the person who runs it was wearing a proper N95 one. so yeah masks are still a thing.Hospitals and doctors offices always have been concentrated with sick people, but fair enough. What I find more worrying is the psychological effect it's had on so many people, to the point where they're still wearing masks in the street, walking in the park or even in their cars, often alone. Do you see this much in The UK or the US? I think here in Spain where we had one of the strictest/longest lockdowns of anywhere it's really got to people. I get the impression that the mask thing for public transport is permanent now, there's no sign they're ever going to lift it. Which is bollocks.
selfish of me, but Wuhan fucked up my 2020 trip to Taiwan / Japan ( managed to claw back most of the money I'd spent on bookings ), and now I've shelved out for plane tickets to Tokyo and Taiwan for later this year I am fuming that the CCP are going to fuck it up for me again