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In 'The Chippy', in Westhoughton, there's a notice saying "ALL CUSTOMERS MUST WEAR A FACE MASK". There's a plastic screen between the customers and the staff. It's not high, I can see over it easily and it doesn't go all the way to the end of the counter.
On the screen is a notice. It says - "WE DON'T HAVE TO WEAR A MASK AS WE ARE BEHIND A SCREEN".
But, like that visor Tom wears, the screen is useless and offers no protection against anything. The wearer of the visor, like the staff stood behind the screen, will be breathing the same air as everybody else - unfiltered.
I can smell them fish and chips boiling from our place across the road, and that says it all. If I can breath the air 50 metres away, I'm sure a screen isn't going to save anybody from covid germs.
I can sometimes smell that stench, what Stuart produces down Bryn Hall Lane, from my house and it's over a mile away from it. If you can smell shit, you'll be smelling covid germs too.
Don't be made fools of!
Replied: 7th Oct 2020 at 01:02