In public is good - they have zero mask enforcements in the Netherlands just like Denmark, Sweden or Iceland. They focus so much on bloody Sweden (which changed how they treat long-term care home residents with covid diagnosis - only giving them morphine even if they had a flu-cold-pneumonia which resulted in an uptick of deaths) while forgetting other big nations which did not do much except for some token 4 weeks, then a complete elimination of all measures - Denmark, Iceland etc.Here in Russia (Moscow) there are mask requirements and notices on shop doors etc. but about 80-90% of people aren't wearing masks and shop staff and customers don't care or stare if you don't wear one. I've only heard of trouble on buses with some fines handed out for not wearing a mask, but it's rare. The government also did away with the initial requirement of wearing masks in the street and parks.
The Dutch seem to be on the right path - "There Is No Proven Effectiveness" - Netherlands Refuses To Mandate Mask Wearing In Public