President’s Executive Order Number 7 Allowing Voluntary Wearing of Face Masks
The voluntary wearing of face masks in both indoor and outdoor situations is controversial. Some people believe that face masks should be used only when absolutely essential, such as when unwell or in big crowds. Others feel that face masks should be worn at all times, even while alone or in small groups, to prevent illness spread.
Both sides of the debate have advantages and disadvantages. Wearing a face mask can help prevent sickness transmission, but it can also be uncomfortable and annoying. Before deciding whether or not to wear a face mask, it is critical to assess the benefits and drawbacks.
Wearing a face mask has several advantages, including:
- Reduced chance of disease transmission
- Reduced chance of sickness exposure
- A better sense of security
The following are some disadvantages of wearing a face mask:
- Limited capacity to communicate through facial expressions
- A stronger sensation of loneliness
Finally, whether or not to use a face mask is a personal choice. There is no correct or incorrect response, and each individual must decide what is best for them.