As most of the country has rounded the corner on the Covid-19 pandemic, with mask mandates, vaccine mandates, and lockdowns being lifted, there have been some holdouts in liberal strongholds.

Footage released this week reveals that a school district in Silicon Valley forcibly removed a 4-year-old for not wearing a mask on school grounds.

The principal called the Superintendent to have the student removed.

Some businesses have taken the opposite direction as the pandemic comes to a close, banning people from wearing masks at their stores.

One Beverly hills store made the decision to prohibit mask-wearing after a spate of robberies.

The owner said that he noticed a ‘disturbing trend’ of people wearing masks to avoid being identified while stealing items from the store.

Fox 11 LA Reports

A Beverly Hills store has implemented a new policy prohibiting mask-wearing inside its establishment, citing a rash of robberies at the store where they could not identify the thieves.

The owner of ‘Kitson’ on Robertson Boulevard, Fraser Ross, released a statement about their new policy:

“At Kitson, we prioritize the safety of our staff and customers. We noticed a disturbing trend of individuals wearing masks to avoid identification in various situations including, but not limited to, shoplifting, verbal harassment, and physical assault.

The mask mandate may have begun as a health precaution but we believe it is now being used by some people for nefarious purposes. To that end, we enacted our own mandate of sorts. We do not allow the wearing of masks in the store during regular business hours.

Those people who wish to wear masks are free to set up an appointment for a personal shopping experience or visit our website.”

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