Borderline hoarding actually.
And, turns out, I need to re-think my mask judgments. Yesterday, I thought the percentage of people in this building wearing masks was perilously low. Now, having driven through town, I realize, those same numbers represent a comfortingly high percentage.
Part of my drive was through our International District. Most everyone there wore a mask. The rest of the drive through densely populated neighborhoods revealed very few masks. The store employees at QFC were wearing them. The electric company people fiddling with a utility pole were wearing them. Random people on the street? Not so much.