In the coronavirus economy where 8 ounces of Purell now cost $75 , masks have become the ultimate luxury product in that they are both unnecessary and very expensive.
You look both foolish to be wearing one, and yet privileged to be able to.
Celebrities and influencers take selfies in masks from the vantage points of their first-class airline seats.
What’s more, these masks are indicative of something more significant: They are a reminder that there will always be people who will have access to the most expensive, hard-to-find healthcare treatments.
Hand-washing and no-touching are weak weapons against disease when compared to money, especially in a country where millions of people are un- and under-insured.

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