If Joe Biden ends up being our next President, one of the first things he will do is to put into place a national mask mandate.
Biden intends to work with governors to put the mandate in place but says if the governors don’t comply, he will go to the mayors and county representatives to get the mandate in place.
A Fox News contributor, Dr. Marc Siegel, thinks masks should be worn both indoors and outdoors but has some concerns about the mandate.
“I think masks are quite useful, but they have a place and they’re not the be all and end all,” Siegel said. “I’m worried that mandating this with fines and such may actually lead to more of a rebellion against it.”
Dr. Siegel also says he believes that social distancing is more important than masks.
"I think physical distancing is more important than masks," Siegel argued. "If you're 10 feet away from someone, you're not going to get the virus. If you're one foot away with a mask, you might."
All the people saying that COVID would magically disappear if Joe Biden was elected seem to be very wrong. This mask mandate may prove to be a power that the Democrat party doesn't want to give up.
How will Americans react to a national mandate?