To me, mowing the lawn is a high risk activity. Because I am very allergic to grass dust.
To me, weeding is a high risk activity. Because the soil dust makes me sick.
For decades, I have worn masks while mowing and cultivating. These days, I am reluctant to wear a mask while mowing or cultivating, because people might mistakenly believe that I am wearing it because of fear of a virus. I specifically refrain from wearing a mask in public to send a message of "chill out, viruses are normal and ordinary".
I believe that wearing masks harms people, by changing their blood chemistry. I believe that mask wearing harms us by reducing the amount of vitamin D and endorphins that our bodies can make from sunlight. I believe that mask wearing harms society by interfering with communication and primate social cues. I believe that wearing a mask separates us from our humanity, and animal nature. I believe that social distancing harms us by isolating us from each other. Far as I can tell, primates that aren't touching each other quickly succumb to loneliness and disease.
I believe that routine sharing of human symbiotic microbes is essential to proper health and vitality. Masks, gloves, sanitizing, and distancing interfere with that. I believe that it's very detrimental to us to be isolated from sharing our symbiotic microbes.
One nice thing about the current social zeitgeist, is that it's helped me get really clear about what I value... I welcome touch, hugs, and kisses from any peaceful adult. The touch these days is much more heartfelt, sincere, and loving. Truly nurturing. I have determined that I'd rather live a short life filled with touch, than a long life of loneliness and isolation.