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Yaks Cafe in Blanding, Utah, a town of about 4, people located in the south-east corner of the state, has been resisting the mask-wearing requirement even in the wake of rapidly rising Covid cases and the dismay of local public health officials.
Massachusetts restrictions start Friday. Otherwise, as business owners — and good citizens — we need to abide by those rules.
No masks! Rather than requiring that its customers wear masks when entering and walking around the premises — as pretty much every other small business does around the country — the owners actually ban the use of masks.
Maine issues face mask mandate. The owners of Yaks are not doing this.
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This story is about playing by the rules, and unlike just about every other small business in this country who are reluctantly facing the same challenges, the owners of Yaks are not doing this. Ecerton owner of Yaks Cafe, who refuses to talk to the media, remains adamant.
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These are the people who set the rules which, they feel based on their experience, are in the best interests of the public.