This is how a COVID-19 anti-mask movement protests | Digital Trends Spanish

Anti-mask groups begin to erupt in the United States as the COVID-19 pandemic has a rebound in several countries around the world.

The fatigue and skepticism of some radical groups has increased protests against the restrictive measures, and some of this is what was seen in the city of Los Angeles, California.

As reported by the news site of Buzzfeed, “videos posted on Twitter they show people without a mask walking through a Ralphs and Westfield Century City shopping center chanting ‘no more masks’ and getting into yelling with other shoppers who wanted them to put on a mask or leave. “

The tension can be seen in the audiovisual records, which show how the anti-mask groups clashed with ordinary users.

The anti maskers went next Bloomingdales at Century City Mall. LAPD showed up eventually but did not try to remove them. @Bloomingdales staff seemed unable to force them to leave.

& mdash; Samuel Braslow (@SamBraslow) January 4, 2021

One of the more intense moments was when a woman who said she’s a doctor shouted at the anti-maskers from behind a makeshift barricade. “My mother is in the hospital with COVID,” she said. “People die. That’s life. Your father’s not special, ”an anti-masker replies.

& mdash; Emily Holshouser (@emilyytayylor) January 4, 2021

As the shopper was checking out, the anti-masker kicked him.

“Some guy take care of him out there, come on patriots.”

& mdash; Samuel Braslow (@SamBraslow) January 4, 2021

Perhaps one of the most tense moments that can be observed in the sequence that we deliver below is the fight of a woman with a protester, where she reproaches him that her mother had fallen into the hospital because of irresponsible people like them who they don’t want to wear the mask.

The response from the mask side left much to be desired: “People die. This is life. People die. Your mother is not special.

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health local authorities tally reported 12,488 new COVID-19 cases and 91 deaths, bringing the total number of infections to 818,639, and the COVID-virus death count. 19, at 10,773.

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