Mask or No Mask? San Antonio Straddles Shutdown and Normalcy
The Shops at La Cantera were bustling Saturday afternoon, with 209 people walking past the bookstore Barnes & Noble in only 15 minutes.
Of those, 70 of them wore a mask or bandana, a measure recommended when in close quarters to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Another 42 wore them, but in more relaxed ways, tucked under their chins or hanging from one ear, with mouths and noses exposed.
Larger reopened businesses such as malls have faced more scrutiny for their policies, and many are requiring masks. At South Park Mall, owner Namdar Realty Group had posted signs about wearing masks, symptom screenings for employees, and stepped-up cleaning schedules.
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