Hairstylist with Covid-19 worked while symptomatic, exposing 91 people

Hairstylist with Covid-19 worked while symptomatic, exposing 91 people

A hair stylist in Missouri has potentially exposed 91 people to Covid-19, after the state’s governor allowed businesses to reopen on 4 May. The stylist who tested positive went to work in a salon in Springfield while showing symptoms from May 12 to May 20. Because the stylist and the customers wore face coverings, health officials said, they hoped the interactions would lead to no additional cases

Kathy
Kathy
Rocky
Rocky 1 weeks

Ok. So how many were infected as a result? Exactly. Take your fear mongering and GTFO of here.

redhandsbluefaces
redhandsbluefaces 1 weeks

Um... ok...? If his customers get sick they can take legal action. Otherwise this is a non-story.

Jon
Jon 1 weeks

Jesus christ 🤦‍♂️ America is too dumb to reopen. God we have some of the biggest fucking morons in the world here.

Arrow
Arrow 1 weeks

How curious that this same article wasn't published about the 2 Walmarts just in my state who had workers working while symptomatic and had to shut down when 80 employees were all showing up to work with the virus. SO STRANGE that only small businesses get dragged out into the street. Almost as I'd this whole thing is being perpetuated to ensure the death of potential competitors in the market. Follow the money, folks.

Carol
Carol 1 weeks

Not their fault, it's the "fault" of Trump for not giving "tests" out to the little people in each community; he made all this possible bc of GREED!

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