“It was a pain to, ‘let me find it before I run into a store.’ My perspective is: If I can keep people safe, I’ll do what ever I have to do to do that. The biggest thing? Maybe a sweat stash was the biggest deal in the summertime,” she joked. To her, mask wearing was never a big deal. “I know some people are excited to take their masks off; some are nervous,” said Timbrel Chyatee, owner of Lush Bazaar.
Some people like Jen Crothers have their masks off altogether “Last night, I hear everybody very happy. Everybody very excited, and can’t wait,” said George Katsaros, owner of Yorgos.
“I am very happy, I think I am still skeptical, I will still probably wear it. I’m fully vaxed, though. It’s one step to getting back to fully normal,” said Crothers of Lancaster. FOX43 saw crowds of people walking the streets, shopping, and grabbing a bite to eat. Some had their masks on; others had theirs in hand.
“Now, I will probably word it differently to make everyone feel comfortable when they come in. I don’t want to choose one or another,” explained Chyatee. “I want to respect all of my customers through this.” Chyatee does not plan to ask customers if they have been vaccinated when they step inside. She took down her mandated signage.
“I am not forcing people to wear their masks, but I do encourage it,” said Chyatee. Chyatee is now mulling over the mask messaging.
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