Man without mask mad at unmasked man for sneezing
In the early days of the corona outbreak, it was a herculean task to find a single person without a mask. Many creditors failed to collect money as they couldn't identify their debtors through the masks. But with the passage of time and the availability of vaccines, things have changed.
Now, it is a herculean task to find a masked person.
Meanwhile, the number of Covid-19 patients is increasing, but it's not a big deal. A mere 5,62,000 patients were recorded and thousands are being recorded every day. But people know the truth: no mask, no corona.
Abul, an unmasked hero (who thinks fighting corona without a mask is a heroic task), lost his cool with another unmasked man for sneezing at him while buying groceries. "You uneducated-unconscious stupid cannot wear a mask, but still sneeze on others? If you don't have money to buy a mask, let me buy you mask and then sneeze however much you want," Abul raged as his spittle flew through the air.
People were stunned at the incident. "Let me ask you a question, son of Bill Gates. Where's your mask? If you have that much money, buy a mask for yourself or let me launch a fundraiser to buy you a mask," the second person retorted with equal rage.
This heated, unmasked conversation drew the attention of many people.
A group of aware and obviously unmasked people suggested them not to shout in such a crowded place without masks as it could risk others' lives. One of them said loudly, "Listen very carefully. We are going through a very tough time. We should be more careful about health precautions, suggested by our country. We shouldn't hold unnecessary gatherings everywhere and always forget to wear mask every time."
From this crowd, a semi-woke and proudly unmasked person asked the lecturer where his mask had been. The lecturer replied, "I am a well-known conscious citizen. All my masks were outdated. So I came to the grocery to buy a new mask." Soon the crowd departed, but the lesson was clear: Wear a mask and if unmasked, don't draw attention to yourself.