Angelo Pricolo muses on the strangeness of the pandemic’s most visible sign: the face mask When I think of masquerade I imagine an exotic ball with costumed revellers, some wearing masks to protect their identity or in fact to be someone else. But this image of fun is far from the reality of wearing a

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