Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday there must be no stigma against wearing a mask as a precaution against the coronavirus and urged people to wear them when leaving the house or when getting close to other people.
In a floor speech, McConnell said Americans must continue to be cautious and wear masks, but he made it clear that the U.S. needs to come up with a new strategy for how to conduct business amid the pandemic, saying “We cannot go back to April, and we cannot go right back to normal. We need new routines, new rhythms and new strategies for this new middle ground in between. It’s the task of each family, each small business, each employer and all levels of government to apply common sense and make this happen.”
“To name just one example: We must have no stigma,