Video Shows Unmasked Customers, Employees in Florida Grocery Store
When NBC’s Sam Brock walked into a Naples, Florida, grocery store to buy a sandwich on Wednesday, he didn’t expect to see almost every employee and customer in the supermarket, people of all ages, not wearing a mask.
Collier County and city regulations require masks in businesses, but it quickly became apparent that these rules weren’t being enforced. In fact, a sign outside the store stated that customers don’t have to wear masks if they have a medical condition preventing them from doing so and that store employees “cannot legally ask” them about it to verify.
Aflie Oakes, the owner of the supermarket in question, Oakes Farms Seed to Table, told Brock about his views on masking in an interview that aired Thursday on TODAY.
“I know that the masks don’t work, and I…