Michigan businesses frustrated with customers not following coronavirus safety rules


BELLAIRE, Mich. – A Michigan company is slamming customers for not taking safety measures seriously during the coronavirus pandemic.

Bellaire-based Short’s Brewing Company expressed frustration with some customers on Facebook.

According to the company, some employees were insulted, yelled at and mocked as they tried to enforce security measures.

Some customers even threatened to write negative reviews, insulted employees, put them down and made them cry.

“It is time to STOP. Enough is enough,” reads one on Facebook.

The post garnered over 10,000 shares and over 2,000 comments. The pandemic has forced businesses across the country to enforce safety measures, including social distancing and the wearing of face masks.

“We are mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, daughters and sons. We may not be yours, but we belong to someone and deserve the respect you would want for yours,” the post continued.

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Businesses across the state are required to implement Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s decision mask mandate.

Security measures have led to problems in businesses that often ended physically and in some cases became fatal.

In July, a man was killed by police after a mask dispute at a store in Michigan.

In this particular case, a Michigan sheriff’s deputy shot and killed a man suspected of stabbing another man who dared him not to wear a mask in a store.

Number of confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan rose to 91,140 as of Saturday morning, including 6,300 deaths, state officials report.

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