Here's what I like least about the pandemic so far: teaching a classroom filled with students who are wearing masks.
I am partially face-blind as it is (I remember my mother saying, when I was maybe five, "How can you not recognize him? He's your brother!") so even without masks I often have trouble identifying which student* goes with which name and what work. When everyone is wearing a mask, it's nearly impossible. (How face blind are you?)
Also, I can't tell who is talking. Their voice are muffled, first, so I don't know where the sound is coming from; and I can't see mouths moving, so there's no visual cue.
All of this just to say, I'll be glad when this plague is over.
*I mainly tell people apart based on their voice, their hair-styles/color**, their body shapes, and the way they move. When any of that changes -- like, when their voices are muffled by masks -- I'm totally lost.
** This is a problem at movies. If every actor has dark hair, for instance, I don't have a hope of telling characters apart, unless one of them has a British accent and the other doesn't. Or if one is tall and skinny and the other short with a beard.