Governor of NY “No right to enter the store if you don't wear a mask” Sign the administrative order May 29, 10:11

Governor Cuomo of eastern New York, who has the highest number of new-type coronavirus infections in the United States, said he would sign an executive order that would allow stores to refuse unmasked customers.

In the United States, since the 20th of this month, economic activities have resumed in all 50 states in the United States with limited industries and regions, but there are people who can not wear a mask even if the store side asks, and in the Midwestern Michigan state There have also been incidents in which guards who were careful to wear masks were shot and killed by a family of guests.

Under such circumstances, Governor Cuomo of New York signed an administrative order of the governor that at the regular press conference on the 28th, shopkeepers can refuse to enter customers who do not cover their mouth and nose with masks etc. Revealed the idea.

Governor Kuomo says, "When you restart business, you ask the shops and business establishments to have the right to protect themselves and other customers from viruses. If you don't wear a mask, you have no right to enter the store." Seeking cooperation and understanding.

Most regions of New York are beginning to reopen gradually, but only New York City has not met the standards and is expected to resume later this month.