masks incorrect pbi [There is no one in Palm Beach International Airport reminding passengers that wearing a mask over your nose is part of the executive order.]

COVID-19: Why Can’t People Wear Masks Correctly In Palm Beach County?

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[Masks are ineffective if they don’t cover the mouth and nose. This photo from PBI Tuesday, July 7, 2020.]

WEST PALM BEACH, FL ( — So here’s one of the COVID-19 problems in Palm Beach County. An inability by many to wear a mask correctly.

At Palm Beach International Airport Tuesday morning, traveler after traveler entering the airport, walking through the airport and sitting in gate areas just couldn’t comprehend that the mask needs to be worn over their mouth and nose.

[Masks don’t work if they don’t cover a mouth and nose. This was the scene Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at PBI].

Dr. Alina Alonso, the Palm Beach County Director of the Florida Health Department, recently spent time at a County Commission meeting discussing the problem. It’s seemingly real.

[It’s like not wearing a mask at all. Covering your mouth but not your nose is ineffective. This was captured at PBI on July 7, 2020].

Airport and airline officials at the airport mandated mask use, as a Palm Beach County executive order requires, but no one offered “education” to those wearing the masks incorrectly.


Paul Saperstein


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