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@8GXBBC2 from Florida answered…2yrs

Is this even a question?! Obviously we all need to wear masks when being more than 6 feet near each other.

@8Q2FH46 from New Hampshire disagreed…2yrs

yeah thats correct but we can only hold our breaths for so long

and being sombody who has cared for family with covid-19

your going to get it someway some how and people are not going


to be scared there whole life.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…8mos

Yes, but only indoors in public areas if a person is not fully vaccinated

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…11mos

Yes, when indoors or in crowded areas, and in all public settings for those who are not fully vaccinated

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…11mos

Yes, within hospitals and medical offices as well as on public transportation, and in all public settings for those who are not fully vaccinated

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…12mos

Yes, but only for those who are not fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…12mos

Yes, for individuals who are not fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1yr

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, if they are not fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Individuals should carry their full vaccination card with them in case they need to show proof

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, if they are not fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Individuals should carry their full vaccination card with them in case they need to show proof.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, if they are not fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Individuals should carry their full vaccination card with them at all times in case they need to show proof.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1yr

@8H7DQVCIndependent from Ohio answered…1yr

No, this should be up to either the states, local government, or businesses to decide for themselves on whether to follow the CDC recommendations or not.

@86N5Z35Independent from New York answered…1yr

No, the federal government should recommend it but not require it. Only state governments can implement a mask mandate.

@86N5Z35Independent from New York answered…1yr

No, the government should recommend it but not require it. Only state governments can implement a mask mandate.

@8QYTXWS from Texas answered…1yr

No, we should let the virus naturally run its course

No, it's absolutely illegal. My body, my choice. It's against the Constitution (1st and 14th amendments) and our human rights. Those who are high risk should stay home and take precautions. The government can legally quarantine the sick, but not the healthy. The government also cannot restrict crowds due to the 1st Amendment (freedom of religion and freedom of assembly) and close down businesses not deemed "essential." Lots of governmental overreach here.

@8KBFQ2S from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@2LZDLKKConstitutionfrom Missouri  answered…2yrs

No, people on the whole are not capable of following the procedures necessary to make the masks effective. Improperly used masks has been shown to increase spread compared to not using a mask at all.

@8NWWFB8from Maine  answered…2yrs

Depends on the epidemic situation. But in indoor areas it should be requiered anyway.

@8PQMZYR  from South Carolina commented…2yrs

It should be required. Stop making it so political. Do you want your grandmother to die? What about your friend's granny? Just wear a mask. If you have a medical condition that keeps you from wearing a mask, then don't go out. Get a friend or family to get whatever it is you want. Stop being selfish and ignorant.

@8PML6H2Republican from Minnesota answered…2yrs

Yes, but they need to provide for people that are unable to get a facemask

@8PMB3SKSocialist from Indiana answered…2yrs

Violators of the mask mandate must be sent to the gulag to learn what it means to contribute to society

@8PM8GGJLibertarian from Virginia answered…2yrs

@8PM7GT7 from Georgia answered…2yrs

No, but if a business makes it mandatory for the public to wear masks in their place of business people should obey the rules.

@8PM776MLibertarian from Kansas answered…2yrs

Is it even real considering you have doctors and nurse dancing on tiktok

@8PM6V33Republican from Texas answered…2yrs

No, the federal government has no constitutional authority over this.

@8PM68JL from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

No, decisions about face coverings should be made at the state and local level.

@8PM68JL from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

Regardless, decisions about face coverings should be made at the state and local level.

@8PM6255 from Minnesota answered…2yrs

@8PM5G7Y from Kentucky answered…2yrs

i think you should were a face mask everywhere you go unless you are at home.

@8PM3RNN from Iowa answered…2yrs

No, however it should be strongly recommended by our leaders in government

@8PM32CR from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but only indoors. This is so you can be respectful to people who are higher risk

@8PM22WM from Utah answered…2yrs

if you are sick or have simptoms then yes but if not you should not have to wear a mask

@8PLZ9FL from Kansas answered…2yrs

people will wear there masks if they please there is no changing that

@8PLYNTJ from North Carolina answered…2yrs

For me personally, it depends on people´s discretion, Unless they are approx. 70 yrs. of age or older, Or suffer from pre-existing health conditions

@8PLYHV2 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

There should be a basic federal mandate but the local governments should ultimately decide how they run their region. Although if they choose to not act they should be limited to how far they are able to travel and possibly endanger other regions.

@8PLXBDP from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Though I have my own opinion of the pandemic, it is a state issue, not federal

@8PLWYRB from Missouri answered…2yrs

yes, except for medical issues, and they should only be worn in stores and crowded areas

@8PLTZLL from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes. While this might be a very mild, temporary step in the totalitarian direction, too many people are losing their loved ones on account of irresponsible, selfish, individuals. This step would only be too save lives.

@8PLTZ2R from Idaho answered…2yrs

@8PLTK37 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

@8PLTJ4B from Oregon answered…2yrs

I don't mind wearing masks. I would have a problem with it if we had to wear them outside as well.

@8PLSW9H from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Yes, but only for crowded areas outside. Businesses can monitor their own store regulations, but public places should require them to some extent... albeit unless it interferes with consumption and the likes.

@8PLQH84Independent from Kentucky answered…2yrs

Everyone should be wearing a mask, however I don't believe that the federal government has the power to enforce the mask.

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