Quick story -
I live in a town in Mass near Lowell.
My wife and I drove this AM to a place we like to walk. On the ride back after passing through our town center we drove by what seemed an impromptu parade of sorts (of course no regular parade today). About 30 people strong with flags and such marching toward the center. At first I thought it was nice, then we noticed no masks, no distancing. My wife circled back and she drove me past the group driving slowly. I had my mask on, and pointing to my mask I said repeatedly as we slowly passed the group, “Happy 4th, please mask up”. I’m sure it did no good though and probably just annoyed them. I don’t necessarily think we were right to do it, but I really find it frustrating. I could see some did have masks either in their hands or around their necks. I tried to say it as politely as I could.
Massachusetts has done well. It’s just about keeping it going Not really that hard to wear a mask and to have some distance. I know they have a right not to. But is it really too much to ask to make a little distance and pull up your mask?