Editor’s note: From 1955 to 2000, the Ask Ann Landers syndicated advice column was a regular feature in many newspapers across North America. Now, in the coronavirus era, newspapers are reintroducing “expert advice.” This is from the San Diego Union Tribune this morning:
“But won’t banks and convenience stores think I’m a robber if I show up in a mask?
“Calls to 7-Eleven and Bank of America’s corporate offices went unanswered on Friday. But a Mission Federal Credit Union employee said on Friday that customers wearing face masks will be allowed inside its branches. For the latest social distancing measures and security reasons, only a few customers will be admitted to branch offices at a time.”
The rest of the article is here.