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Florida “Anti-Maskers” Protest As COVID-19 Cases Surge In the State

Covid-19 cases have begun surging in the state of Florida, US. But the state’s anti-mask activists, with bizarre reasons for not wearing masks, held a rally at a restaurant on July 11, and opposed the state’s decision of making masks mandatory. "This is a virus that is very well contained. Everyone is responsible for their own health care decisions. We want our choices respected as well,” said one of the activists.

Mon, 13 Jul 2020 - 04:33 PM / by Masumi Shah

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