How Face Masks Became A Political Battleground In The U.S.
In Spain, public authorities have distributed millions of masks to commuters on public transportation. They are now commonplace in Germany, as well, available in local shops and vending machines in Berlin. In France, which made masks mandatory in schools, shops, and on public transportation in May, President Emmanuel Macron has drawn plaudits for showing that wearing a mask doesn’t mean sacrificing style in the name of public health.
All of this has been fairly uncontroversial. Face mask usage in France has jumped to 79%, according to a June YouGov poll, while in Spain it’s as high as 86%, and in Italy it’s 85%.
Not so in …continued .
[Source: Huffington Post]