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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.

Reflections Stan Forebee
Starting Again Stan Forebee
Raga Kalavati Deepak Ram
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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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Last Day of May Vivid Low Sky
Peter and Jack El Ten Eleven
Fast Forward El Ten Eleven
Under the Starry Sky Daigo Hanada
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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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The Customer Is Always Right. Except When They Won't Wear A Mask

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Glaring Unwed Sailor
Camino Reel Unwed Sailor
Yaruse Nakio No Beat Number Girl
Renton Highlands Sabzi
Driving The Wet Pavement Sabzi
Videotape Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah
New Heroes Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah
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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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