Ex-The Runaways singer Cherie Currie wants as everyone to wear the mask, during the pandemic.
Cherie had a chat with LAMC Productions, where she talked about the pandemic:
“I think, absolutely, people should wear masks. I think when I wanna walk from my house to my car, I don’t need to wear a mask; or if I’m walking my dog down the street with no one around that I need to wear a mask. Personally, I’m allergic to… if I start to sweat, I find it very difficult to breathe. But I also know that it’s not good to breathe in your own carbon monoxide while you’re exercising or anything like that.
“We’re going through the same thing [in California] that you’re going through [in Singapore] — strict lockdowns,” she continued.
“And yesterday, they shut everything down again because there is a spike in positive cases. I mean, there are more people in the hospital — of course there would be, if the protests and the rioters and everything else. I thought for sure that that would cause it. And I don’t know exactly what did, but I know that the people who are staying home and wear the mask didn’t cause this spike. I think we’ll find out eventually.
“We’re getting to the point of no return, and that’s what scares me. I wonder what happens when the remedy kills the patient, and when the economy cannot recover and therefore people are dying because they’ve lost everything. I think we should have the right, if you wanna wear a darn spacesuit, wear a spacesuit. Then let these people go out and work. Stick to the guidelines, but…
“I know we’re at the point now of no return, and I think that our leaders are not doing a very good job of protecting people’s businesses — they’re just not,”
“And they’re not doing the right thing, in my opinion. And a lot fear, too. You just can’t let fear run you into the ground. And I’m sure you guys get it too — it’s just constant bad news. They overdo it on the media and really put the fear of God into people. And I wish they wouldn’t do that.
“It’s real, but we’ve gotta get past it.”