A Texas school was so determined to make its students wear masks that it added them to the dress code

Aug 19th

You know the friend or family member you have who's, like, really, really into masks? Like the kind of person who you suspect might honestly wear a mask in the shower on the off-chance that a stray COVID molecule might somehow float up the drain?

Well, picture an entire school board made up of that particular person:

A school district in northeast Texas has found a creative way to get around Gov. Greg Abbott's ban on mask mandates.

The Paris Independent School District will now require students to wear masks as part of its dress code.

The Paris ISD board of trustees said in a statement that it "believes the dress code can be used to mitigate communicable health issues" and amended it accordingly to protect the district's students and employees.

Making strips of cotton mandatory across one's mouth as part of the dress code may seem to be, how do you say, a bit on the extreme side when it comes to "public health." That being said... you have to give them credit for both cleverness and audacity.

In a few years, surely, we'll all look back on this sort of thing and laugh, or at least wheeze gently through our mandatory quadruple-walled masks. It'll be fun.

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