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Will you wear a mask at Home Park?

  • Yes including when seated

    Votes: 19 22.9%
  • Yes but only in the concourse etc, not when seated

    Votes: 50 60.2%
  • No

    Votes: 8 9.6%
  • Undecided

    Votes: 6 7.2%

  • Total voters
    83
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The club have issued a guide for fans for our return to Home Park.

Basically, fans are encouraged to wear a face mask when moving around the stadium but this will not be enforced or be a condition of entry.
Masks can be removed when you sit in your seat or when you are in the stadium bowl (around the pitch).

Fans are also encouraged to take a lateral flow test before arriving at Home Park, again this is guidance and not a condition of entry.

There are more stricter procedures for club staff.

A very sensible approach.

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A big test will be the queues for the ‘mens’, at half time, especially in the Lyndhurst stand, where in the past you have to queue like sardines.
 
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Lets hope the majority follow the guidelines and wear masks to protect others.
I would to request, and require that everybody wear a mask until seated, to protect everybody, including the PAFC staff. It is not a hard ask or requirement is it.

Personal choice to wear a mask like we all know from Monday, so if I see someone wearing or not wearing a mask it would not bother me at all and I will respect their choice.
 
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A big test will be the queues for the ‘mens’, at half time, especially in the Lyndhurst stand, where in the past you have to queue like sardines.
It is far worse in the grandstand if the club have any sense they will close the the food outlets at half time.
 
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Personal choice to wear a mask like we all know from Monday, so if I see someone wearing or not wearing a mask it would not bother me at all and I will respect their choice.
All I am saying, I would like and ask for everybody to continue to wear a mask, until they are seated, and especially in the crowded concourses.

Blimey, it is not asking a lot is it, to protect everybody.

I don’t like wearing one, like everybody else, but do we want to get out of this pandemic or not. The quicker we get the numbers down, the quicker we can stop wearing masks.

At the moment, it is imperative for everyone to continue wearing a mask, with the high infections, I consider the same as putting on your seat belt, when you get into a car.
 
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All I am saying, I would like and ask for everybody to continue to wear a mask, until they are seated, and especially in the crowded concourses.

Blimey, it is not asking a lot is it, to protect everybody.

I don’t like wearing one, like everybody else, but do we want to get out of this pandemic or not. The quicker we get the numbers down, the quicker we can stop wearing masks.

At the moment, it is imperative for everyone to continue wearing a mask, with the high infections, I consider the same as putting on your seat belt, when you get into a car.
I will wear my face covering in the concourse but there is absolutely no way you can compare wearing a seat belt to wearing a face covering. A single layer cotton mask, which is what most people wear, is highly unlikely to make anything more than a marginal difference to transmission.
 
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The mask wearers are protecting others not themselves whereas anyone not doesn't give a stuff for others.
Should be mandatory IMHO
 
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All I am saying, I would like and ask for everybody to continue to wear a mask, until they are seated, and especially in the crowded concourses.

Blimey, it is not asking a lot is it, to protect everybody.

I don’t like wearing one, like everybody else, but do we want to get out of this pandemic or not. The quicker we get the numbers down, the quicker we can stop wearing masks.

At the moment, it is imperative for everyone to continue wearing a mask, with the high infections, I consider the same as putting on your seat belt, when you get into a car.

I know that’s all you would like and ask for people to continue wearing a mask until seated, but seeing that it personal choice a lot of people won’t be bothered about wearing one.
 

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Let’s also remember it goes both ways and respect the probable minority who do continue to wear them.
I'd be very surprised if mask wearers (zealots and non-zealots) are not still in the majority Nobby. Boris telling you that something is safe to do is not the best source tbh.
 

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Let's stop the bickering lads, we've all go our own thoughts on this subject, and I'm sure opinions won't change on this thread either! Back to Argyle please.
 
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Worth noting that the numbers per 100,000 have risen from 7 some 4 or 5 weeks ago to 505 for Plymouth, almost twice the national average.
 

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Let's stop the bickering lads, we've all go our own thoughts on this subject, and I'm sure opinions won't change on this thread either! Back to Argyle please.

Yes good advice. Let's all just be Green zealots!!
 
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I'd be very surprised if mask wearers (zealots and non-zealots) are not still in the majority Nobby. Boris telling you that something is safe to do is not the best source tbh.
I believe nothing Boris ever says, as he is a born liar.

Anyhow wearing a mask is proven, to be an effective use against getting Covid. Just wear one until you get seated. You are protecting others and YOURSELF.

Blimey, supermarkets, and public transport will still require a mask, so what the heck is the problem.