A woman that I did not wear a mask in public transport was exhibited and nicknamed on social networks as #LadyCubrebocasMetepec.
In a video recorded by another woman who apparently works in a hospital, the passenger appears – dressed in yellow – without a face mask, so the other users ask the driver to lower her.
I work in a hospital, ma’am and you don’t know everything there is … get off, sir, please stand up, “says the complainant, while she replies” do whatever you want. ”
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Feeling exposed, the woman without a mask begins to record the other passenger while repeating “I’m okay, I’m okay.”
You don’t know how there are people who are suffering because of your recklessness, madam, what you do with your life does not matter, ma’am ”, the hospital worker explains.
Once the passenger without a mask is exhibited, she gets up from her seat and attacks the woman who complains, even the cell phone with which she was recorded falls to the floor.
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The other passengers intervene to separate them.
These events apparently took place in the Mexiquense municipality of Metepec. The video was shared on social networks where the woman was baptized as #LadyCubrebocasMetepec.
“It’s okay, it’s okay!”, The woman says to a health worker who confronted her for not wearing a mask on public transport, then attacked her with jerks.
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— JORGE BECERRIL JB/8 (@MrElDiablo8) January 7, 2021
It should be remembered that since last December 18, the State of Mexico has been on a Red Traffic Light due to covid-19, due to the rise in infections. Until last Wednesday, the number of people positive for this disease in the state totaled 143,681, while the number of deaths amounted to 14,960.
– Alfredo Del Mazo (@alfredodelmazo) January 7, 2021
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