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Masks are required for entry to a shoe store in Glendale, Calif. Most people follow guidelines to wear masks when they enter retail stores and restaurants, but some customers don't comply. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

The Customer Is Always Right. Except When They Won't Wear A Mask

In the age of COVID-19, most people follow social distancing and mask guidelines when they enter stores and restaurants. But then there are the nightmare customers who won't comply.

This photo from a trip last November shows the friends and family members whom Danielle Zonis (third from right) has chosen to quarantine with during the coronavirus pandemic. She started a Facebook group for others to discuss the choices they're making to stay safe. Courtesy of Danielle Zonis hide caption

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Coronavirus Etiquette: Conflicts About What's Safe Are Straining Relationships

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Kimberley Chavez Lopez Byrd died after testing positive for coronavirus. Other teachers she worked with tested positive as well. "She was a very loving, very faithful person and she was very kind," says her colleague Jena Martinez-Inzunza. Luke Byrd hide caption

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A Teacher Who Contracted COVID-19 Cautions Against In-Person Schooling

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Masks are required for entry to a shoe store in Glendale, Calif. Most people follow guidelines to wear masks when they enter retail stores and restaurants, but some customers don't comply. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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The Customer Is Always Right. Except When They Won't Wear A Mask

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Daniel Lee's last words from the death chamber in Terre Haute, Ind., were, "You're killing an innocent man." Chuck Robinson/AP hide caption

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Federal Government Executes 1st Prisoner In 17 Years After Overnight Court Rulings

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"We still face much uncertainty regarding the future path of the economy," JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said Tuesday in a statement accompanying the giant bank's financial results. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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'We Still Face Much Uncertainty': Pandemic Hammers Big Banks

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