How we get enough people to actually wear a mask, and wear it at the most important, risky times is turning out to be a very complicated behavioral problem in the absence of a mandate.
Getting more people to mask while outdoors is not where the $ is at (IMO), although it plays a role in some circumstances
Needs to be indoors, inc work, transport, and for some, right at home.
That is despite having no known sick contacts, no close #covid19 patient care in the past few weeks, no symptoms, etc
There are small lifestyle changes we can make at home, esp if someone in the home has to be out in the community regularly for work etc