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Back to normal: Kenmore station after a Sox game is called

J the roving UHub photographer happened to be in Kenmore Square just after the Red Sox called today's game due to rain.

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The delay until thousands had trekked in on the rain and then had to trek home, soggy:

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Nothing like a packed green line train with smells from beer stained masks to BO to urine. Boston is back!

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Then the smell won't be so very bad, now, will it?

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Are masks only required on the actual trains, planes and buses or does the mask order include stations as well? Because I don't see many actually being worn, and I sure wouldn't expect a lone T employee to tell that crowd of annoyed, cold Red Sox fans to mask up.

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They scammed the mask-scanner device on the turnstiles.
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(yes, it's supposed to include stations/waiting areas/platforms/shelters)

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...and actually, looking at the photo, the vast majority of faces that can be seen have masks (a good chunk of them only partially, but anyway...) and people that you can only see the sides of their heads you can see mask straps going over their ears. So, not as bad as you seem to think.

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even bus stops on the sidewalk, though that seems a bit silly.

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Super spreader event.

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If people don't think we are headed for a major new wave of the virus they are crazy. Do you honestly think many these yahoos are vaccinated?

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Vaccination rates in MA are high.

This isn't Biogen 2020.

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I'm fully vaccinated and generally out and about, but I'm not ready to be indoors or underground in a crowd like this yet. This scene would cause me to walk over to Mass. Ave. to get the #1 bus, or else rent a Blue Bike.

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I just buy a sausage sub and then walk down to Back Bay. Need to walk off the calories.

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