As we see the whole world gets to suffer from the coronavirus pandemic. In this for being saved is necessary to wear masks and make social distancing with people’s stay home and keep aware of your hygiene. In this post, Actor- Producer Dan Levy is urging people about wearing masks during this pandemic to start looking at it as an act of kindness. The Schitt’s Creek creator urged people on his Instagram video which was posted on Wednesday to consider what wearing masks can do for others. Levy was responding to online videos, in which people expressed anger at being asked to put on masks while in public.
Levy posted a Question, If you have the freedom to leave your home, why not wear masks? Imagine seeing is not as an infringement on your freedom, but rather the simplest, easiest act of kindness that you can do in a day, Levy said. Not just for yourself, but for other people who might have autoimmune issues. People who, if they were to contract COVID with those issues might have some devastating repercussions.
The Centers for Disease Control and prevention has changed its initial position on face masks as more information about coronavirus has developed. Early on the pandemic public health officials said there was no need to wear a mask in public. The CDC changed that guidance in April advising Americans to wear cloth facing covers to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The agency says people should avoid buying medical grade surgical masks to avoid a shortage of personal protective equipment for first responders.
But authorities nationwide are questioning how to enforce face-masks policies as some people across the country push back on wearing them, often lashing out at retail workers who attempt to impose the rules. A Costco employee was praised for his handling of an angry customer after a video of the incident posted to Twitter on Monday. In the 37 second video which has more than 6.8 million views, a customer who appears to be in a checkout line tells Costco employees, I’ll just put you on my 3,000 follower Instagram feed, mostly locals.