Eagle County has lifted its mask order, but it can feel a little weird to go without one
This article was written by Pam Boyd and first appeared in the Vail Daily on May 20, 2021.
As the community transitions away from mask-wearing, Casey Wolfington shares why going maskless can be a difficult adjustment for some people in our community and offers tips on how to cope with the transition, how to communicate with children about still wearing masks at schools, and the community-building experience opportunity this new phase presents.
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