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As the coronavirus death toll continues to grow in the US, a worrying backlash against face masks has emerged.
The US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention has urged all Americans to wear cloth face coverings in public to slow the spread of coronavirus.
But after the CDC released its health guidelines, the US President Donald Trump was quick to call the warnings "advice", adding that he would not personally be wearing a mask.
Conflicting advice from the top of government has led to a bizarre culture war in the US, with bitter divisions growing over what is right when it comes to your own face and health.
A convenience store in Kentucky received media attention last week for refusing entry to customers wearing a mask.
"No face masks allowed in store," a sign in the window read. "Lower your mask or go somewhere else.
"Stop listening to [Kentucky governor Andy] Beshear, he's a dumbass."
Another business made headlines after a former employee put up similar signs at the BP in Peoria Heights in Illinois, saying she was using her first amendment rights, and feared criminals would wear masks while committing crimes. The signs, that urged people wearing masks to "go elsewhere", got the worker sacked.
A video of people flouting mask guidelines across the US went viral over the weekend, with writer Anand Giridharadas saying Americans have a "warped freedom obsession".