California man arrested for not wearing a mask

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On Tuesday, a California man was arrested for not wearing a mask at a Kaiser Permanente location for his eye appointment. 

Jordan Henry recalled the incident on Twitter, stating in a video, “today I was arrested for not wearing a mask at a Kaiser Permanente in Pasadena, California.”  

Henry said that he had an appointment to get a new glasses prescription, noting that February 28 marked the end of the state’s Covid-19 health emergency.

“Kaiser has very little justification certainly legally to require a mask. It’s purely a policy issue. Regardless, they call the police on me, two Pasadena police officers showed up plus a third sergeant,” he said.  

Henry noted that the three officers that showed up were not wearing masks as well, and when he asked why they weren’t wearing masks, two of them put their masks on, and the third “thanked me actually for what I was doing, he agreed with me.” 

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