A taxi company in Missouri refused to transport customers in masks

The owner of a taxi company in the US state of Missouri expressed disagreement with vaccination against coronavirus, saying that he will not deliver masked customers or those who have been vaccinated, local TV channel KMOV reported.

“We do not allow any masks in our cars. In addition, we are categorically against vaccines, and we do not want people who have been vaccinated to drive in our cars,” Charlie Bullington, the owner of Yo Transportation, said.

According to Bullington, he is proud that Missouri has one of the lowest percentages of vaccination against COVID in the entire country. At the same time, the incidence of coronavirus has almost tripled over the past month – up to 2.8 thousand cases on average per day.

According to the company’s website, it operates in five counties of Missouri, including the second-largest city in St. Louis.

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