Freedom, liberty and wearing a mask

| July 21, 2020 1:00 AM

For my whole life there have been signs on store and restaurant doors that say: “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service.” Not once have I ever heard of anyone claiming their “freedom and liberty” were being trampled on by this. Nobody has ever died from seeing someone without a shirt or shoes on. So how is wearing a freaking mask for 10 minutes in the store as a common courtesy and to keep your friends, loved ones, and our community from getting a deadly disease somehow the end of our freedoms and liberties in America?

PIERRE BORDENAVE

Sagle