Dozens of Hollywood celebrities were spotted celebrating at the Super Bowl without wearing face masks. That’s an act of defiance against the Los Angeles County Health Dept. Masks are mandatory inside arenas. But most of the Super Bowl fans have chosen to defy the rules, too.
So if thousands of unmasked football fans can gather safely inside a football stadium, why can’t school children take off their masks inside classrooms?
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My students all have to wear masks all day tomorrow, inside and outside of their classrooms because we are in LA County. Same place as the Super Bowl. But not a mask in sight here. pic.twitter.com/oVUzDznwOA— Chris Fore (@chriscfore) February 13, 2022
Wear a mask! (Unless you’re a Hollywood or political elitist) #SuperBowl pic.twitter.com/DaCtH35wLP— Lucha Irishmen (@dosluchtoir) February 14, 2022
Ellen is enjoying the superbowl without a mask yet she still requires her audience wear a mask. Hypocrite pic.twitter.com/b5QwluEv3K— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) February 14, 2022
Los Angeles has an indoor mask mandate. This is the Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, at the Super Bowl. He is indoors. He is also maskless. Do not ever take these people seriously. pic.twitter.com/se1wNREdfk— Dan O'Donnell (@DanODonnellShow) February 14, 2022
The mayor of Cincinnati vs. the mayor of Los Angeles! #Rams #Bengals— Christine Devine (@DevineNews) February 13, 2022
Friendly rivalry pre #SuperBowl Sunday at the Fox studio lot!@AftabPureval @ericgarcetti pic.twitter.com/vUsdBDcOuz