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外围体育投注I have currently no symptoms of covid-19 but would a mask protect me from it? I’ve heard that you can still get corona even if you wear a mask and I live in a country where wearing one isn’t a rule.

外围体育投注So would it still protect me if everyone isn’t wearing one but I am?

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I live in Sweden and you don't need to wear a mask here. I have been thinking about getting a mask because it genuinely seems like a good idea, but my mom said that there is no point to it.

I suck at arguments but I really wanna wear one for my and my family's safety. How do I convince them?

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Greetings. Now, during the pandemic, my situation is that I have to work and study from home so I need relative silence not only during the night but also during the day as I spend a lot of time inside my apartment. The thing is that my neighbour bought a dog who barks nonstop when left unattended. It may seem hard to believe but it can bark nine hours straight. As far as I know, it is also left shut in a small space next to the apartment exit door which makes the dog seem even louder thanks to the echoes in the corridor. As the dog only barks when nobody is home, it barks only for me, never for the owner. The dog also falls into a rage when I sneeze and starts barking and growling even louder.

I tried talking to the neighbour and left a polite note for him but he generally has a "fuck-you attitude" and ignores me. He even refused doing as little as to move the dog to another room in order to prevent echoes from spreading the sound so much. He's a renter so I tried talking to the owner but apparently he doesn't want to get involved. Generally nobody wants to help me maybe because I look like a 15-year-old girl and he looks as if he could lift a truck. I don't know. What can I do? I've been stuck in my apartment for the last five months. I just want some silence to focus but I feel like I'm going crazy. Btw, I heard that leaving notes is very passive-agressive and you should always talk to people personally but is it really the wrong thing to do to leave even an anonymous note when your neighbour looks shady?

As far as I know, constantly barking dogs are unhappy dogs which do not get enough attention, which makes it seem like the neighbour is set on tormenting not only me but also the dog. I don't even mention that there is the constant smell of rotting food near the neighbour's door. When his trash bags start smelling too much, he just moves them outside his apartment and they continue smelling in the corridor for the next 2-3 days until a nice stream of trash juice starts flowing. Maybe I wouldn't pay so much attention if I weren't stuck at home like this but never before have I spent so much time "jailed" in one place.

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