Letter: It’s not all about you

Many Americans complain that wearing a face mask is an infringement on their personal freedom. When people refuse to wear a mask in public places, they are not just endangering their lives, they are putting the lives of everyone around them at risk.

When you wear a seat belt, you are protecting only your life. When you wear a helmet, you are protecting only your head. When you fasten your child into her restraint seat, you are protecting only her life.

When you wear a face mask in public, you are not just protecting your life, you are protecting the lives of everyone you come into contact with.

James Carr, Celina


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