I was in the Enid Walmart on Sept. 4.

Both doors were open to the public.

I would guess about one-third of the people in the store were not wearing masks.

Families, not one of them with a mask on — standing in the line next to mine — talking to the people behind them who also had no masks on and not 6 feet away.

How much time and trouble would it take to wear a mask while you are in the store?

It certainly wouldn’t be as long as recovering from COVID-19.

Show some respect to others!

Ethel Enfield, Billings

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