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    Bruce Willis Addressed The Photos Of Him Not Wearing A Mask In A Pharmacy

    "Be safe out there everyone."

    Bruce Willis: Big movie star, you know him from the Die Hard franchise as well as other films and TV shows.

    Bruce Willis in Die Hard
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    This past weekend, Bruce was spotted inside a Rite-Aid in Hollywood not wearing a mask — despite, y'know, the whole global pandemic thing.

    Bruce Willis is spotted walking around Rite-Aid without wearing a mask
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    In a statement to People, Bruce admitted that the maskless jaunt was "an error in judgment."

    Bruce Willis is spotted walking around Rite-Aid without wearing a mask
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    "Be safe out there everyone and let's continue to mask up," he added.

    Bruce Willis is spotted walking around outside without wearing a mask while other people wear their masks
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    Page Six also reported that Bruce was allegedly asked to leave the pharmacy after being asked to wear a mask and refusing to do so.

    Bruce Willis is spotted walking away from a store without wearing a mask
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    Los Angeles County has been hit especially hard by COVID-19 in recent weeks, recording almost a million positive cases since the pandemic began. As of right now, an average of 10 people in LA County test positive every minute.

    On average, 10 people are testing positive for COVID-19 every minute. 10-12% of those end up hospitalized, stressing our health care system even more. Stay home. Quarantine for 10 days if you've traveled, are a close contact, or been at a gathering. Your bubble is not safe.

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    COVID-19 cases are also currently on the rise across the United States. There are safety precautions you can take in your everyday life to prevent getting or giving COVID-19: Wear a mask, practice social distancing, and get tested regularly. Head to the CDC's website for information about how to get a COVID-19 test in your state.