Don’t want to wear a mask? Don’t shop at Costco

I am responding to a recent letter to the editor from a couple who want to go mask-free. To them I say, “ I claim the right to life.” They don’t want to wear a mask? Fine. Don’t go to Costco.

I’m glad I won’t ever have to run into them and risk my life so they don’t have to be so inconvenienced as to have to wear a mask. To me, my life is more important than their petty concerns.

Cheri Filion

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