Alaska’s top doc urges wearing masks to lawmakers. They ask why the state hasn’t mandated them.

READ: https://www.alaskapublic.org/2020/06/29/alaskas-top-doctor-urges-wearing-masks-to-lawmakers-who-ask-why-the-state-hasnt-mandated-them/

One Response to Alaska’s top doc urges wearing masks to lawmakers. They ask why the state hasn’t mandated them.

  1. Elizabeth June 30, 2020 at 3:44 pm

    It seems Democrat’s have difficulty making decisions without government telling them what to do? One would hope they didn’t have to be made to wear a mask. If you can’t social distance and are in a room full of people, a mask serves as a form of distancing as it restricts any droplets being transmitted into the air by fast or loud talking, laughing, yelling, coughing or sneezing. Given that this ‘cold’ variation is randomly dangerous to some
    people and one can be contagious for an unspecified amount of time without overt symptoms, keeping a mask handy is more than just considerate. Yes they are uncomfortable and no one likes wearing them.

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