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Aggressive anti-mask customers are forcing some restaurants to shut dining rooms to protect employees from abuse

Aggressive anti-mask customers are forcing some restaurants to shut dining rooms to protect employees from abuse




Some restaurants are shutting down or closing dining rooms back up after employees faced harassment and violence from anti-mask customers.




Restaurants in states, including Texas, California, and Michigan, have announced plans to once again shutter dining rooms due to rude customers who refused to wear masks.




Other restaurants are struggling to find ways to protect employees without closing dining rooms or shutting down entirely.




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As restaurants contemplate reopening dining rooms across the US, some are facing a new concern — how aggressive anti-mask customers might treat employees.
Numerous restaurants across the US have decided to close dining rooms after reopening or shut down entirely due to anti-mask customers' treatment of workers.
Hugo's Taco closed both of its locations in Los Angeles in late June due to combative customers who refused to wear masks.
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