“I want to take it off, but everyone is wearing it.”
On the first day that indoor mask wearing was changed from mandatory to recommended, the volleyball court is still in the mood to ‘wear’ a mask.
Woori Card and KB Insurance will play the first match of the 5th round of the 2022-23 V-League men’s division of Dodram at 7:00 pm on the 31st at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul.
Since the 30th, the government has lifted the obligation to wear indoor masks in places other than facilities vulnerable to infection such as public transportation and medical institutions. Accordingly, it is not necessary to wear a mask even in the indoor sports volleyball court, where wearing a mask was mandatory.
In fact, on this day, Woori Card announced that it was possible to wear a mask voluntarily in the stadium through public broadcasting and electronic display board transmission.
However, most of the spectators visiting the volleyball court still wore masks and did not take off their masks even in the stands. It was not easy to find a fan who took off the mask completely except when eating and drinking.메이저사이트
Kim Ye-eun and Kim Ji-yeon, both from Seodaemun-gu, in their 20s, expressed their opinion that they would wear masks and watch, saying, “I’m still used to wearing a mask. Also, since it’s a crowded place indoors, there is still anxiety.”
However, he added, “If everyone around us takes off their masks, we will too.”
Hu In-jeong, director of KB Insurance, also said, “I want to take it off, but everyone is wearing it…” and said with a shy smile, “I’ll wear it for now, and then I’ll have to take it off when I talk.”
Woori Card coach Shin Young-cheol also said, “Actually, I hate wearing something on my body to the point that I hate wearing a watch,” but also said, “But I don’t think I’ve taken it off yet.”
An official from Woori Card explained, “We plan to follow the guidelines of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. The announcers and cheerleaders in the hall do not wear masks. However, internal officials decided to still wear masks.”