Bay Area bowling alley refuses to enforce indoor mask mandate


Danville Bowl goes so far as to refuse to enforce the mandate, reasoning that being that “everyone has the right to liberty and not constant withdrawal of restrictions from the government.”

“If you’d like to put your mask inside while you bowl … feel free,” read the published posts Madi. “If you don’t want to too, that’s okay. The choice is up to YOU, as it always should be. Not to mention if you’re getting the shot you shouldn’t have anything to worry about anyway.”

While most cases of the virus are among those who are not vaccinated, especially with the delta variant, tool infections – in which a vaccinated person contracts COVID-19 – are still a reality. (Some studies, however, have found evidence that variant delta spread is less among tool incidents than they are. unvaccinated counterparts.)

The post triggered intense back-and-forth among locals, with some boycotting the business for their positions and others promising to come visit as a result of their strong opposition to the mandate.

While the new delta-induced mask mandate has no official end, county officials will monitor hospitalization rates and other data for possible policy changes.

Contra Costa County, where Danville is located, is in the middle of Bay Area County which has been given a warrant. A spokesman for the county health department did not immediately respond to a request for comment from SFGATE.

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