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Readers: What questions do you still have about COVID-19 best practices?

We want to know what lingering questions you have about this stage of the pandemic.

A mix of visitors Tuesday — some wearing masks, some not — at Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market in Boston. Craig Walker / The Boston Globe

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve been asked to continuously adopt new practices in order to keep ourselves and those around us safe. Each new variant brings with it a new understanding of the steps we need to take to bring the pandemic to an end. 

Massachusetts may be past the peak of the omicron surge, according to recent data from the Department of Public Health, but there may be some lingering questions about how to behave next. 

Change has come quickly and often throughout the pandemic and it can be hard to discern what level of protection needs to be taken. With every new stage of the pandemic comes new questions and changing guidance about how to avoid the virus and what to do if and when you get it. 


What do you want to know about COVID prevention best practices right now?

We’ll round up your submissions and take your questions to experts for answers on how you should be you should be navigating the current phase of the pandemic. Let us know what unanswered questions you have about masking, testing, and COVID care, and we may feature your question and its answer from a local expert in a future article. 

What do you want to know about COVID prevention best practices right now?

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