There's a lot of talk at the moment about wearing masks, with it now mandatory for people who are outside in some parts of the country.
There's also been a lot of talk about those who refuse to wear a mask, for one or more reasons.
But what about those who want to wear a mask, who want to do the right thing, but have a real reason they can't?
Case in point is today's story about Haley Corby.
She's 'all for' safety through the use of masks, but, because she is deaf, relies on lip reading to understand what is being said to her.
And when someone has a mask covering their mouth, this is a problem for her.
It's something that needs to be considered, especially in settings where it is important communication is understood by all parties.
As mask wearing becomes more common around the country, it's tempting to assume people who don't wear masks are selfish, irresponsible or have their own agenda.
It's something we have seen a bit of floating around on social media as people confront authorities with their 'rights'.
However, not everyone falls into this category. On the flip side some people have a legitimate reason why they can't wear a mask, be it because of a disability or illness or another reason.
We can't just assume everyone can wear a mask, and this has to be taken into account when working out how to approach this virus.
There are resources with tips and strategies on reducing the stress and challenges associated with mask wearing, and there are a number of different types of masks out there - there are even masks with clear covers that allow people to lip read if needed.
But they aren't as readily available as the standard masks are.
As we move forward in this new world of wearing masks, there are just a few more things we have to consider, because not everyone will find it easy.
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