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  • Do you wear a mask when seeing your friends and family?

    Boston Globe - 07/07/2020

    “We’re getting used to this new, ‘I’m going to assess my risk; I’m not going to just live in my house,’” Dr. William Sharp, an associate professor of psychology at Northeastern University, said. “I would say with 99 percent certainty, these [conversations] are going to come up.”

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