If you are planning on going to the Trump rally on Saturday in Portsmouth, there will be masks available for you to wear as well as lots of hand sanitizer, according to a report from WMUR.  

It is not mandatory, but recommended to wear one.

Here is more information from the WHO, according to WMUR:  Two scientists said in the report.....

.........beyond any reasonable doubt that viruses are released during exhalation, talking and coughing in microdroplets small enough to remain aloft in the air.

 

It is a simple ask to wear a mask.  Please, if you are planning on going to the rally, please wear a mask.  This issue shouldn't be political.  If you have breathing issues, there are ways to keep your droplets to yourself.  You could put on a loose fitting handkerchief over your mouth or get some other kind of covering so you don't potentially infect others.  I don't have a breathing problem, so I am just making suggestions that may work for you.  Might you consider staying away if you have breathing problems?  Large crowds, if the WHO is correct, could be very dangerous for you.

You may say that you aren't sick and don't believe in this whole thing.  If you think like that, and you have every right to, what if the people who are sending out the warnings are right?  Just what if?  Wouldn't you feel awful if you got someone sick?  It's not like wearing a mask is a big deal.  It's not.  It's just a precaution for others around you.