A Queensland store reportedly put a ban on customers wearing masks, which sparked a backlash on social media.
A sign on the front of Guitar Exchange in Morayfield, north of Brisbane, appears to be making unscientific claims about the transmission of viruses.
It also suggests that people wearing masks are “fragile” amid the COVID-19 pandemic that killed nearly 1 people. According to Reuters, 8 million people worldwide.
On its Facebook page, Guitar Exchange has been the subject of ridicule and anger over its virus infection claims.
The most recent post received around 500 such comments, with many jokingly asking about the availability of « healing particles ». .
Wearing masks has been one of the most hotly debated aspects of the pandemic, and authorities around the world have encouraged or mandated it.
But footage of clashes where people clash with retail and hospitality workers for their refusal to wear masks has gone viral in Australia and overseas.
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