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“When you’re sitting on an airplane or a bus, you don’t have the safety of being outdoors and don’t have as much ventilation. Masks become doubly important," one expert tells Yahoo Life.
She wore a mask...but only some of the time.
This comes after Prince Charles was exempt from quarantine restrictions upon his return from Kuwait earlier this month.
The agency's advice may help airlines and others deal with passengers who try to dispute the need to wear masks on public transportation.
"Wear a mask, wear a mask, is this really much to ask?” No. No, it is not.
On Tuesday, a police officer in Miami was seen at a polling site armed, in full uniform, and wearing a red, white, and blue face mask emblazoned with the words “Trump 2020.” While reports claim he was off duty, some local Democratic Party members and government officials are calling the officer’s actions “unacceptable” and a form of “city funded voter intimidation.” Steve Simeonidis, chair of the Miami-Dade Democratic Party, was at an early polling site in downtown Miami when the officer walked in wearing a Trump mask. Simeonidis shared a photo of the officer, identifying him as Daniel Ubeda. “Ubeda should be suspended immediately,” he tweeted. The City of Miami hasn’t confirmed the officer’s name, but it did verify the photo, reports CBS Miami. “We are aware of the photograph being circulated of a Miami Police officer wearing a political mask in uniform,” reads the Miami Police Department statement released on Tuesday. “This behavior is unacceptable, a violation of departmental police, and is being addressed immediately.” According to the Miami PD, the officer is now facing disciplinary action. Here is @CityofMiami Police Officer Daniel Ubeda, in full uniform with badge and gun wearing his Trump mask inside of the polling location in government center.This is city funded voter intimidation.Ubeda should be suspended immediately. pic.twitter.com/TbJxu6mcem— Steve Simeonidis (@stevesimeonidis) October 20, 2020 Miami Police Department policy states that officers should “avoid all religious and political discussions or arguments” and “shall not interfere with or make use of the influence of their office for political reasons, nor shall they take part in any political activity” while on duty. According to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, the officer was voting early and was not actively on duty, but the issue isn’t that he was voting in uniform. It’s that he promoted party affiliation while in uniform. “It’s important for police to be perceived as impartial,” Suarez told CBS Miami. The idea of law enforcement remaining unaffiliated with political parties is an important one, but not one that is consistently upheld. In September 2019, the International Union of Police Associations endorsed President Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign. Just last month, the largest police union in the United States, the Fraternal Order of Police, which represents more than 355,000 police officers, also offered its endorsement of Trump. “The FOP is proud to endorse a candidate who calls for law and order across our nation,” union president Patrick Yoes said in a press release. Trump touts his support from the law enforcement community because it aligns with his idea that he is the “law and order” president, but it only serves as another way to divide voters, the majority of whom agree that policing needs major changes. According to a 2020 Gallup poll, only six percent of people surveyed thought no changes needed to be made to law enforcement. Reform proposals have varying levels of support, but some of the most widely supported ideas include better relations with the community and greater accountability. “A uniformed officer with a badge and a gun, wearing a Trump mask inside of a polling place, is absolutely unacceptable and shouldn’t be tolerated,” Simeonidis told CBS Miami. While both the police department and the mayor promised consequences, it is unclear what exactly that entails. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Tiffany Trump Thinks Trump Supports LGBTQ+ PeopleCould A Trump 2nd Term Lead To Another Pandemic?A California Ballot Box Was Set On Fire
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I've been wearing glasses for what I just realized is over 20 years now. Shopping for them over time has dramatically changed for me. I remember the days where I would goto my doctor and then the eye glasses pharmacy next door and pick out a pair of frames that would cost my parents upwards $200-$300. As an adult, when I started buying my own pairs every few years, I was shocked at the price, even after insurance coverage. A few years ago, I bought a pair from a direct-to-consumer in-store brand and it was shockingly affordable from what I was used to. I had my prescription from my optometrist printed out, headed over there, and then bought a new pair for less $100 (without insurance, I prefer to save that money for my contacts). This was shocking to me, I thought how could I have been missing this all these years. Turns out, I was really missing anything as these affordable DTC brands are becoming more prevalent and popular in the optical world. These affordable DTC brands are becoming more prevalent and popular in the optical world. . This year, I knew I was due for a visit as I found myself squinting to see the TV or when driving. Due to the pandemic, I put off my visit for awhile and decided to try some online options. I found that on Lensabl , you can do online vision tests for just $25. The way it works is that if your results show your prescription hasn't changed, then a doctor will review your results and write you a new one that you can use for lenses, glasses, or both. I took the test and it was easy and quick, but my results came back that my vision had changed dramatically and I needed to see doctor. After seeing my optometrist, I was told that I had a huge change in my eyesight for the first time in over five years. My doctor even credited this to likely working from home now and getting too much screen time. She suggested with my new glasses I try blue light lenses to help eye fatigue. After receiving my prescription I went back to Lensabl to try its affordable glasses. I choose the Alia Frames ($77, originally $97) and added on the blue light protection lenses free of charge. They came in the mail fast and fit great. The whole experience was easy and superaffordable. If you're interested in trying to shop virtually, I curated a list of some cute frames ahead. You can even shop contacts and sunglasses on the site too. Keep reading to check them all out. Related: Dan Levy's New Eyewear Line Includes Glasses Almost as Stylish as Moira's Wigs
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