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Grocery stores, gyms receive the most mask violation complaints

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DENVER (KDVR) – Since masks returned to workplaces and public spaces, 318 complaints have been filed with the Tri-County County Health Department.

There’s no secret pandemic police force that ensures Colorados wear their masks, but it’s not necessary. TCHD, which has included Adams and Arapahoe counties since Douglas County left the group, did not appeal on its own. Instead, citizens can complain directly to the department that patrons of certain businesses are not following the face covering rules.

Coloradons notify each other to county health departments, mainly in large, publicly accessible areas.

In Adams and Arapahoe counties, no type of location receives more complaints than “recreational areas” like gyms and swimming pools. Retail businesses, grocery stores and gas stations received the second and third most complaints.

Since Adams and Arapahoe counties started making masks in public in late November, more than a third of complaints filed with TCHD have come from just 10 chain stores, each grocery chain or department do exercise.

King Soopers is by far the location with the most complaints. Dozens of different King Soopers stores in Adams and Arapahoe counties received a total of 37 complaints in the past two weeks.

Lifetime Fitness had the second highest number of complaints, with 23 in two locations.

With the exception of the Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center and Eloise May Library, each of the remaining 10 chains most complained about were retail or gym chains.

Historically, King Soopers has been the biggest source of maskless complaints.

The King Soopers chain has received 192 complaints since the pandemic began. Walmart, 7-Eleven, Lifetime Fitness and Vasa Fitness make the top 5.

https://kdvr.com/news/data/grocery-stores-gyms-getting-the-most-mask-violation-complaints/ Grocery stores, gyms receive the most mask violation complaints

Emma Bowman

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