It's a photo of 3 Thai classical dancers performing in their typical beautiful regalia, but with the addition of clear plastic face shields
Those pictures circulated fairly widely in the newspapers about a month ago. Stuff like this:
I was out on Saturday and was amazed by the number of tourists and their lack distancing (or mask wearing etc). It felt uncomfortable. We were just getting out a bit, went walking on Friday and eventually ended up in, or at least near enough to, Doolin,
(obligatory standard postcard view of Doonagore castle)
only to find the Moher coastal path still closed (I had forgotten but in any case didn't expect the lower end, where you can pass other walkers more safely and at distance, to be closed as well). Having that cut short we had lunch outside a nearby restaurant, which was nice, even if it was barely 16 C out and a bit windy. Clare had no Covid cases for a month, which gave rise to a sense of security, but that ended yesterday with one new infection.
I hadn't realised that because Ireland is not in the Schengen area, European travel restrictions don't apply. Although a 14 day quarantine on arrival should be observed. Right now there's a big surge in public opinion against tourists, especially from the UK and the US, arriving in droves. And tourist season seems to have all of a sudden exploded, almost as if there's nothing out of the ordinary going on. Direct flights arriving full into Dublin from Dallas, that's asking for trouble isn't it?
Things seemed to be going OK recently but I don't think we're done with this yet.