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What is so terrible about dancing with a filter mask?
I feel excluded from tango events as a member of a corona risk group
and therefore support the introduction of a mask duty for milongas.
Masks could make known familiar milongas – with all their (partner) exchanges,
touch, breathe and feel, merge, let yourself go (by the music) – possible again.
In combination with other measures (quick tests, ventilation management) masks would help,
to minimise the distance and also to change partners again.
If this is only possible with a mask, then so be it. What remains for us is to make the best of it.
However, if you practice tango as a sport, you could get breathing problems. Besides, milongas would
about 3 Euro more expensive, because the organisers should hand over the FFP2 masks at the entrance.
– Tango FFP2
This could be the future of milongas. We can get used to masks like to sweaty jackets and tight belts.
Or higheels that ruin your feet… A mask is healthier and less restrictive. It would be a pity if compulsory masks
would put dancers off. Because first of all, this might be a possibility, to organise normal milongas again,
and secondly, we will just as quickly get used to the smoking ban back then…
But the biggest problem seems to me
lack of understanding of the fact
that we have no other choice at the moment:
No mask, no real milonga…
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