Yes, you do have the right to not wear a mask. You have that right as long as you are not around other people. Your right to wear a mask is limited by my right to not be exposed to Covid-19.
You have the right to shoot a pistol as long as you don’t shoot it at me. If you don’t wear a mask, you could be shooting the virus at me. Your right to not mask is limited by my right to not be exposed to a deadly virus.
For those of a religious leaning, the adage do unto others as you would have them do unto you applies to this situation. If you would not want a person with Covid-19 to breathe on you, then don’t breath on them.
Wearing a mask is not just about your freedoms or rights. It is about your fellow citizens right to not be exposed to a deadly virus also.
Your do have a right or freedom to not wear a mask.
YOU DO NOT HAVE A RIGHT TO NOT WEAR A MASK WITHIN TWELVE FEET OF ME THEREBY ENDANGERING ME, MY WIFE, MY CHILDREN, MY GRAND CHILDREN AND MY GREAT GRAND CHILDRN.
Some of you labor under the incorrect impression that a mask wearing law could not be enforced. It would be really easy to enforce. Any business or organization that serves or does business with a mask wearer will be fined $1000 per person or having his business closed for one week for every violation. Cities, counties, and states could give bounties to people who turn in businesses that do not enforec mask laws.
If a consideration of others is not motivation for you to wear a mask in social situations, think about returning to normal. The shortest way to normal is through wearing a mask and social distancing. Once the virus is under control, we and businesses can return to normal.
If you would like to be able to celebrate the holidays next year with your family, wear a mask.
If you would like to have your children return to school, wear a mask.
If you would like to take you spouse or special other out for drinks, dinner, and a movie, wear a mask.
DO FOR OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO FOR YOU .