The quirky twitch, irreverent boo, strained smile, frugal monosyllables — the mask cloaked them all.
Homing in, the mask has miraculously morphed into a wicked cloak for all my nefarious articulations.
For the time being, politicians are choosing to wear their party colours and symbols on their masks as a way to help people recognise their leaders.
The most heart-wrenching question for me is when I force my two-year-old son to put a mask on each time we step outside and he asks “Why, mamma?”
The Japanese wear masks on their faces to save others. Here’s what you should do.