The Eyes Have It - and the number of new infections suggest we are getting it right.

News 100 blueBy Staff

July 28th, 2020

BURLINGTON, ON

 

The people at GO, the bus and train operation that moves many of us from place to Place did a photo feature that we want to share with you.

At the start of this year, few could have seen the day that wearing non-medical face masks in public would be a very normal accessory. Now, after a week of having to wear them on UP and GO vehicles, the focus is turned on the customer, in a photo feature that pays tribute to their style.

It’s been a week since the use of non-medical masks became mandatory for customers on GO Transit and UP Express. Not that many riders needed much convincing, as most were using them even before they were required as of last Tuesday.

Now as essential as carrying a cell phone or wallet, face coverings have changed the look of everything from transit to shopping to going to the dentist. But while the thin barriers hide the better part of everyone’s face, the personality can still come through.

GO father daughter

That is a very determined and direct look from the young lady with the pink glasses – while on the right the quiet beauty of a GO transit rider.

Here are some faces behind those face coverings.

GO oriental

three girls waiting

Waiting for their ride. Go transit riders have taken to wearing their face masks

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