Understood that risk is basically lowered but is it enough? If we will mandate masks why are we not then focusing resources on supplying medical grade masks to the people? Studies have proven them to be substantially more effective at preventing virus transmission when used correctly.
Im not so sure about being unlucky - in Vegas we continue to encourage visitors to come here, our economy is dependent on that travel and visitation. The governor has suggested we should go out to work amongst travelers all day long then come home and isolate in our homes the rest of the time. Meanwhile tourists are welcome to continue to bring their infections here. The people that are choosing to visit during this time are perhaps a little less cautious than the average American so that simply heightens the chances that those folks will infect others.
As for the gubment supplying everyone with the best masks, sure, they should do that. As for Vegas being dependent on visitors, the virus does not care. It doesn't care about any city or country being dependent on tourism. It thrives on humans interacting. To beat the virus, humans have to reduce their interaction and also protect themselves and cooperate regarding both until vaccines do their thing, it's pretty simple. The fact that any of us abhor masks and any reduction of personal freedom is an unfortunate reality. The economy will suffer, yes but from what I see, it will be worse if we do nothing and lots of people will have an early death, including those who cooperated with known science.