Covid-19: Hey Taranaki – send us your face mask selfies

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Dana Shaw is masked at home with her grandmother.

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Dana Shaw is masked at home with her grandmother.

Delta’s 2021 lockdown is a little different from the first nationwide lockdown of 2020, and face masks are the most obvious sign of that difference.

There are a surprising amount of colors, styles, and interpretations of what a face mask is.

If you always wear solid white, you are in the minority. The fashion for face masks has exploded. And that’s great.

We want to document all the different types of masks and all the different people who wear them, so we ask that you send us your face mask selfie.

If you’re a little nervous, don’t be. Taking a selfie with a mask is much easier than without. Superior Council; even if you can’t see it, be sure to smile when you take the photo.

Send your photos to [email protected], and we will publish them here and in the Daily News from Taranaki.

Include the names of everyone in the photo (if it’s more than you) and where in Taranaki the photo was taken.

Thanh Nguyen, left, and Jemma in Vogeltown, New Plymouth

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Thanh Nguyen, left, and Jemma in Vogeltown, New Plymouth

Blair Walton, New Plymouth emergency paramedic for the St. John Ambulance.

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Blair Walton, New Plymouth emergency paramedic for the St. John Ambulance.

Taranaki Base Hospital receptionist Anne Shaw wore her mask.

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Taranaki Base Hospital receptionist Anne Shaw wore her mask.

Tania Ogle and kids Zac Wells and Libby Wells took a selfie while walking through Brooklands Park, New Plymouth.

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Tania Ogle and kids Zac Wells and Libby Wells took a selfie while walking through Brooklands Park, New Plymouth.

Abbie Diggelmann, Taranaki's emergency management consultant, is masked.

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Abbie Diggelmann, Taranaki’s emergency management consultant, is masked.

Alister Newton is on lockdown with his pet Malo

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Alister Newton is on lockdown with his pet Malo

Kaz Lawson, head of group resilience and well-being for the Taranaki Civil Defense Emergency Management Group, remains safe.

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Kaz Lawson, head of group resilience and well-being for the Taranaki Civil Defense Emergency Management Group, remains safe.

Cassie Rowe is thriving.

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Cassie Rowe is thriving.

Lee Henricksen and daughter Mikayla in Pukekura Park

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Lee Henricksen and daughter Mikayla in Pukekura Park

Sarah Gauden-Ing, analyst for the Taranaki Civil Defense Emergency Management Group, with cat Ella.

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Sarah Gauden-Ing, analyst for the Taranaki Civil Defense Emergency Management Group, with cat Ella.

While Jaela Hannah, left, and Jipsey Hannah are not yet 12 and don't have to wear a mask during their outing, they're still in it.

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While Jaela Hannah, left, and Jipsey Hannah are not yet 12 and don’t have to wear a mask during their outing, they’re still in it.

23082021: New hotelier in Plymouth, Peter Tivez, wears a black face mask.

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23082021: New hotelier in Plymouth, Peter Tivez, wears a black face mask.

Daniel Fleming's face mask selfie from New Plymouth.

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Daniel Fleming’s face mask selfie from New Plymouth.

Taranaki Stuff editor-in-chief Matt Rilkoff works from his son's bedroom during Delta's 2021 lockdown. His face-mask selfie is his very first selfie.

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Taranaki Stuff editor-in-chief Matt Rilkoff works from his son’s bedroom during Delta’s 2021 lockdown. His face-mask selfie is his very first selfie.


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