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We've become used to wearing masks during COVID. But does that mean the habit will stick?

By Holly Seale, Associate professor, UNSW
Abrar Ahmad Chughtai, Epidemiologist, UNSW
C Raina MacIntyre, Professor of Global Biosecurity, NHMRC Principal Research Fellow, Head, Biosecurity Program, Kirby Institute, UNSW
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In Hong Kong, SARS created a new social norm, where people accepted mask use as part of their 'civic responsibility'.

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