As I approached the site for my shot at the NFAA Quarantine Edition of the Indoor Nationals all I could think was “shit”. There wasn’t a mask in sight.
The tournament venue for me was in Gwinnett County, Georgia. That county has the second most Covid-19 cases in the state, around 50,000.
I’ll be 66 in a few months. My age group is one of the harder hit clusters.
I had a mask with me. My mask protects others by reducing my expiratory ‘plum.’
The others in this case, other archers, seemed not to care they might be asymptomatic. Their ‘plums’ are harmful to me.
I left. I was and remain disappointed.