There are some things I have to do to keep my business open. I have to wear a mask when I tour homes and I have to ask my clients to do the same. When I drive my car I have to wear a seat belt or get a ticket.
Over the weekend I went into a sandwich shop. The people working behind the counter were not wearing masks. I won’t be going back there again. There are numerous places we can get take out where the staff wear masks.
When I commented on the lack of masks I was told that masks are dangerous and that they make people sick. I was wearing one at the time. I was told that masks make it hard to breathe.
Some people order their sandwiches and have them delivered. They don’t know that their sandwich is being prepared by someone who isn’t wearing a mask. It is the only shop in the area that doesn’t have COVID-19 advisories on the door and in the store.
This wasn’t the first time I saw someone who wasn’t wearing a mask in that store making sandwiches. I submitted a complaint to the Minnesota Department of Health.
As of July 25, 2020, per the Governor’s Executive Order 20-81, people in Minnesota are required to wear a face-covering in all indoor businesses and public indoor spaces, unless alone.
We need to do everything we can to stop the spread of COVID-19 so that our children can go back to school.