That brings up a few issues. I would find it hard to believe that anyone is still unaware that hardly anywhere is going to admit someone who is not wearing a mask. On the other hand, with the shortage of masks, if a person has genuinely tried, but cannot find a mask, should he be ostracized and refused service? And on yet one other hand, if people believe the masks can prevent the virus, should they have to, against their will, be in close proximity to someone without a mask, no matter why the person doesn't have one?
When it's over? In my opinion it ought to be right now.
It's too bad the person with whom the buck is supposed to stop can't be fired. He seems to be more Teflon than the Teflon Don.