“It makes me very worried about the change, we don’t know, as I said, who wears masks and who doesn’t, how close they will be together,” Cooper said. “And if I’ve been safe for so long, it’s alarming to me if I don’t know what’s going to happen now because it’s out of my control.”
Bobby Peters ’father said she leaves the question of her son’s mask in fourth grade to Adam. So far the boy is choosing him.
“I’ll let my kids choose because I really think it’s their choice,” Peters said. “They know who to hang out with… if that (it’s) taught children hygiene and space, for example, if you sneeze or cough, they are very aware of what can happen if you cough, these little drops.”