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It is with great sorrow that I have learned of Care Failure’s passing. She was a true idol and a hero to many, and I feel privileged to have had the chance to meet her.
The debate over wearing masks to prevent respiratory illnesses can sometimes lead to heated arguments among reasonable people, but those in charge of making decisions often stress the temporary nature of such measures. “No one thinks face masks should always be mandatory,” said the Toronto Star’s editorial board in March. Some believe that these minor inconveniences will become a thing of the past in 10 years, making the ordeal less deadly and more manageable.
However, there is a sense of desperation in the debate, as few people believe that wearing masks should be a permanent requirement. Columnist Martha Lederman, in a recent article for The Globe and Mail, argues that we should normalize wearing masks, as is common in parts of Asia, to combat the increase in respiratory viruses during the cold and flu season, including COVID.
Although Lederman’s article may come across as extreme and even offensive to some, politicians and health officials understand that they must consider the tolerance of the entire population, not just those who are vocal online. However, they have often struggled to defend their pandemic stance effectively.