Letter: B.C. Liquor store staff should mask up as an example to private business

The Editor, 

I was in the Westwood Liquor store on Oct. 15 around 7 p.m. Before I entered the store, I was surprised that masks were not mandatory since this is a government-owned business that should be leading by example. Then I realized why they were not mandatory as none of the floor staff that I saw had masks on either. 

Our provincial government should be setting an example for other business as they preach face masks elsewhere to help stem the spread of COVID-19. Just wondering if they are waiting for a direct call from Dr. Bonnie Henry before they take action on face masks.

Phil Dingle, Coquitlam

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