While at her part-time job this past summer, my daughter, who was required to wear a mask for several hours a day, nearly fainted. She first experienced a headache, head-spinning, then began to blackout. She was sent home. She finally told me she has a very hard time breathing when the mask is on her both her nose and mouth for longer than 20-30 minutes. This inability to wear the mask “properly” (defined by her employer as over both the nose and mouth) eventually lead to her having to quit her job. It also denies her the opportunity to attend in-person learning at her private high school. The nursing staff advised the principal that since my daughter has trouble wearing the mask properly (over both mouth and nose) she can’t attend in-person learning, but should stay on-line.