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A group of anti-mask protesters marched through a Florida Target today requiring customers to take off their masks regardless of an increasing variety of COVID-19 cases hitting the state.
In a video that emerged on Twitter on Tuesday, a group of protesters, consisting of some younger people, can be seen walking through store aisles, blasting music– particularly Twisted Sis’s “We’re Not Gon na Take It”– and prompting shoppers to overlook health recommendations that were implemented to assist prevent the spread of the infection.
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The group chanted “remove your mask,” “we’re not gon na take it anymore” along with “yeah, we got one” as they headed down the shop aisle.
” We understand the group of visitors who entered into the store last night and we asked them to leave after they removed their masks and became disruptive and impolite to other consumers,” a Target spokesperson told FOX Service.
Buyers use protective masks inside a Target Corp. shop in New york city on Aug. 15,2020 (Professional Photographer: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg by means of Getty Images)
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, who wrote “We’re Not Gon na Take It,” knocked the group on Twitter, saying they “do not have my consent or true blessing to utilize my song for their moronic cause.”
For months, health experts have continually stressed out people use masks in public settings, specifically when it is tough to social range. The Centers for Disease Control and Avoidance (CDC) kept in mind that masks “are probably to decrease the spread of COVID-19 when they are extensively used by individuals in public settings.”
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There are more than 663,000 favorable COVID-19 cases in Florida and almost 13,000 people have died from the infection, according to Florida health authorities.
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