All that I can remember of this dream is that it took place during the COVID-19 pandemic I assume because I had a cloth face mask, and my parents and I went to a shopping mall (mall).
Somehow we got split up inside the mall, at the end of the dream I was walking to leave the mall hoping to find my parents back in the parking lot, and as I was reaching the exit I realized that my cloth face mask was gone; and so maybe I did not have it the entire time that I was inside the mall full of people.
My sleep and dreams got interrupted by an alarm on my mobile phone that I forgot to turn off, this caused me to forget most of my dreams, and most of the dreams that I do remember part of.
All that I can remember of this dream now is that it involved something about a fictional job that I was working at, and me maybe having to prepare to do interviews or something like that.
In this dream I was in a city at or near a college and hotel, there was a curfew in the city, and the police were going around ambushing and harassing and attacking and arresting and interrogating people for now reason; and they were mostly or only targeting people with medium-to-dark-color skin and probably young adults.
I remember trying to avoid the police as I made my way to the hotel, and eventually I made it there safely; but that is all that I can remember of this dream.
This dream took place during the day, part of the dream took place at a college that had a restaurant with an upper floor, and at some point I went to the restaurant.
At some point I returned to my dorm, my brother GC was possibly there, and then I left on a bus; and my former male classmate MT was among the people on the bus.
All that I can remember of this dream is that I went to visit my former male classmate JC, I remember driving to his house during maybe early evening or late afternoon, and I remember talking to him outside the house and maybe partly inside the house.
At some point I realized that I did not have my cloth face mask on so I apologized, and I went to get it out of my automobile; and so the COVID-19 pandemic was still going on I assume.