In Greece, it’s common to see people walking around without gloves or masks, and wearing a mask with a single eye mask.
So it’s understandable that some people don’t want to have to put on a mask while they’re visiting the country.
However, some visitors are still willing to risk it and go out and wear a mask.
We asked several locals about the mask dilemma, and they’re all saying that masks can be an option, and that they do recommend them.
We decided to ask them, too.
The opinions we’ve heard vary from person to person, but in general, they’re in favour of masks.
One woman, who did not want to be named, said she didn’t feel she needed to wear a face mask when she was in Athens, but that it was important to keep the face covered when in public.
She also pointed out that some masks could be more uncomfortable than others, such as ones that don’t allow for easy movement.
“I don’t think it’s really comfortable to wear masks.
I don’t like having a mask over my face.
I’m not a masochist,” she said.
I like to wear normal clothes and I wear masks because I’m comfortable.”
One woman who visited Athens for the first time last month, however, said that she wouldn’t wear a respirator mask in public because it was not comfortable for her to be exposed to.
“You have to wear the mask for the rest of the day, for the whole night,” she told us.
“But the mask helps you feel safe.
You’re not going to be sick if you don’t wear the masks, right?”
She added that she preferred to wear gloves and a mask in places where people wouldn’t be able to see her.
“My dad is a doctor and he’s also a doctor,” she explained.
“And he knows how to give you the right medicine.
And if you need something, you’re going to get it.
So he told me to get the right mask and the right gloves, because I need to give him my consent.”
Another tourist, who also didn’t want her name to be used, agreed that it would be better to wear something else, such a mask, than to wear it in public without gloves.
“If I was in a hospital, I wouldn’t need a mask,” she agreed.
“Especially if I was going to the airport.
You can’t wear your mask on a plane, so it’s better to leave it behind and get the masks.”
Another person told us that while she was very comfortable with wearing a face shield when she visited Athens, she also didn, at least temporarily, wear a full mask.
“Because I can’t walk with a mask on,” she admitted.
“Even though I’m wearing a full face mask, I still feel like I need the mask, so I keep wearing it.”
We asked a couple of tourists if they would wear a regular mask or an extra mask in an emergency situation.
One of them, who lives in the southern city of Pori, said he would use the extra mask to protect himself against mosquitoes.
“In the summertime, I wear a very protective mask, which is made of thick leather and is quite heavy,” he told us, adding that he also used it to protect his skin from sunburns.
“When I go to the beach, I just use a little extra mask on my face, and then I put the mask on again and leave it on until I go home.”
Another woman, however was more specific about her preference: she said that if she were to be in a car accident, she would use a full-face mask.
While the second woman was less specific, she did say that she would be more comfortable with a regular, plastic mask.
One other tourist we spoke to said he had never worn a face-mask in public and that it made him feel uncomfortable.
“They say masks make you sick,” he said.
However he was also quick to point out that he’d wear a helmet when he was in Greece, because he knew that would protect him from the mosquitoes that tend to carry the Zika virus.
He was also adamant that he wouldn’t put a mask to his head in public, and would avoid wearing one at all times.
“That would be a big mistake,” he explained.
But one of our interviewees, who visited the city of Gevgelija last month and said he’d be OK wearing a helmet, was less clear on the issue.
“The mask doesn’t make you more dangerous, it just helps you keep your head covered,” he agreed.
We also asked him if he was willing to wear an extra pair of goggles to protect against the mosquito.
“There’s no point, because you’re not wearing any kind of protective gear,” he replied. “So I