Surveys suggest over 80% of Japanese people likely to continue with masks after COVID-19 subsides

Originally published on Sora News by Master Blaster

It really isn’t all about health either.

When talking about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected Japan, it is often pointed out that a custom of wearing face-masks had already been in place here for decades. However, back then you might see only one allergy or cold sufferer with a mask in a crowd of a hundred or so people – but now that ratio has been reversed.

This begs the question of what will happen when COVID-19 is no longer considered a society-altering problem. Fashion magazine VOCE decided to find out by a poll of 72 readers,

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