FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - As states re-open amid the coronavirus pandemic, more people resume their daily activities without wearing masks.
The state of Indiana is scheduled to fully reopen on July 4 under Governor Eric Holcomb’s Back on Track plan, but many are resigned to the fact things will never be the way they once were.
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Fort Wayne resident, Nickolas Gephart says, "A lot of people just can’t breathe in them. They don’t like them. They’re uncomfortable."
Health officials across the country urge people to continue wearing masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
While many do so, others resume daily activities without them.
Gephart discussed how he foresees the state will look after it fully reopens come fourth of July.
He says, “I think the future will look different. You’re going to have people who wear their masks all the time. And you’re going to have people who want to go back to how life was.”