Here in Connecticut, I see almost everyone wearing masks to the best of their ability. I even see people with their mask around their chin while they smoke. My Mom in Massachusetts told me that last week she hopped out of her car and went into a store. A clerk said,"Ma'am, you forgot your mask." My Mom felt ashamed. That. She. Was. Not Wearing. A. Mask. That. She. Forgot. Once. In. Her Car. Once. When I see someone without a mask, I do not question them. I do not make faces or rude gestures. I do not run to social media to shame them. I surely do not confront them. Maybe they can't breathe well. Maybe they have a medical condition. Maybe, like my Mom, they just forgot.
A Biden campaign official told the network that governors who resist the incoming president's requests will see Biden pressure mayors of cities in their respective states to enact mandates at the local level, potentially setting him up for confrontations with Republican governors around the U.S.
“If a governor declines, he’ll go to the mayors in the state and ask them to lead,” said the official, according to NBC. “In many states there is the capacity of mayors to institute mandates.” Read more at The Hill.