A Minnesota hijab-wearing customer apologized for refusing to wear a mask because she refused to wear a mask designed to stop the COVID-19 broadcast.
Following the incident in the town's Marissa bakery, Zahraz Aziz posted a video on Facebook this week.
Abidizz stood in the lobby and asked why she would not accept herself as a face mask.
The Minnesota Department of Health recommends wearing masks when you are in stores that help stop COVID-19 transmission.
ZERAZZZZ posted a video on Facebook this week claiming that Marissa's baker in Minnesota was not wearing a mask because she refused to serve it.
Abdiziz stands in the curtain and explains why she does not accept herself as a cover. The employee 'is not a face mask. We do not accept this
ZR Abzizziz posted a video on Facebook this week claiming that Marissa's baker in Minnesota was not wearing a mask because she refused to serve it.
'So I'm not wearing this wearing mask? Do you mean this is not a mask? 'Abdizira can be heard asking his staff.
The worker replied, 'There is no face mask.'
Abdiaziz hijab says the face mask is not a mask. We do not accept this.
The employee throws his hand in the air and says Achilles: 'So don't they serve bread?'
Abdiziz posted the video on Facebook: 'Someone please, how is my face mask different than mine? This woman refused to sell me a blanket because I did not wear the same mask as her! '
- Addis Mieraf