NO MASK? NO PROBLEM! CA STORES CANNOT DENY ENTRY – The Healthy American, Peggy Hall

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3 thoughts on “NO MASK? NO PROBLEM! CA STORES CANNOT DENY ENTRY – The Healthy American, Peggy Hall”

  1. I agree with P Nunes. AND, if I go into a store and there are customers who are NOT wearing masks – I leave! Personally, I value my life and those of my family TOO MUCH to expose myself to any location that allows people to enter without a mask. In my personal opinion, people should also be required to wear gloves. Yes, we can sanitize our hands; however, the ingredients in sanitizers irritate the skin (personal experience), cause rashes (personal experience) & break down the skin on our hands in a manner that allows that virus bacteria to enter the system (read about on the internet). Also, those stores are owned by either private or corporations. They have the right to set the rules as to enter their stores. AND, I honestly DON’T UNDERSTAND why a person would want to jeopardize their health, plus their family and friends by not wearing a mask. In my opinion, it is extremely selfish and disrespectful to disregard the need to wear a mask just to make a political statement. AND, those that are NOT wearing the masks are getting sick and dying. That speaks louder than anything I could say here.

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  2. People have been denied services because of no shoes and or tank tops. We get tickets for no seat belts. What is the difference?

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