Restaurants Try Offering Freebies To Get Customers To Wear Masks

Across the country, a number of states and municipalities have lifted mask mandates, and some never had them at all.

But in many places, restaurant workers have yet to get vaccinated, leaving them vulnerable to COVID-19.

So restaurant owners have come up with incentives, like free food, to convince customers to keep their masks on in their shops.

Unfortunately, the idea is not getting much traction. In Gulfport, Florida, Golden Dinosaurs, a vegan lunch spot, offered free donuts if customers would wear masks to its pick up window for 30 days straight.

The response, according to a viral tweet from employee Rachel Knox, was disheartening.

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