Ge Mo ordered: private companies have the right to ban people without masks
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order on the 28th, authorizing all private companies to ban those who do not wear masks; the state capital has required that masks must be worn when entering public transportation. Ge Mo said that New York State has entered the stage of resumption of work. Therefore, small businesses should be authorized to require all customers and visitors to wear masks. “They have the right to protect their employees and other customers.”
Ge Mo also said that the state capital has so far distributed more than 8 million masks in New York City government buildings, food storage, churches and homeless places. On the 28th, another 1 million masks will be issued to help the community with the most serious epidemic prevention.
He said that wearing a mask in the future should become a culture and a social attitude. “Wearing a mask means respecting others because you have no right to hinder the health of others. This is a civic responsibility and a human nature.” He also invited the famous comedian Rock (Chris Rock and Perez (Rosie Perez) help out, calling on the public to actively wear masks and test.
Read More: Fresh New Article
Solemnly Declare: The copyright of this article belongs to the original author. The reprinted article is only for the purpose of disseminating more information. If the author’s information is marked incorrectly, please contact us as soon as possible to modify or delete it.