Bill GlauberNatalie Brophy
Bob Tarantino made up his mind on face masks long ago.
And the Sussex Realtor — who in April led a car caravan of business owners to a Madison rally protesting Gov. Tony Evers' coronavirus restrictions — isn't budging, even with the news that President Donald Trump has tested positive for COVID-19.
"My personal opinion is the masks will make everyone sicker, not from the COVID but from everything else that's going around in the winter," Tarantino said Friday.
To wear a mask or not continues to be a personal, political and cultural flash point in the country, even though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says face coverings can slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.