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St. Louis Taxi Company Bans Masked, Vaccinated Customers

'We don't allow any type of masks in our vehicles...'

A taxi company in St. Louis, Missouri announced it will not serve customers who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus or insist on wearing masks inside the cars. 

“We don’t allow any type of masks in our vehicles,” Charlie Bullington, the owner of Yo Transportation, told KMOV. “The second one is we are very against the vaccine and don’t allow people in our vehicle that did get the vaccine.”

Bullington cited several reports about the vaccine’s risks and the ineffectiveness of cloth masks, and claimed vaccinated Americans might end up “shedding” harmful symptoms to those who have not been vaccinated.

“Because of what they consider the shedding process, them transmitting their germs to us by contact whether it’s a shake of hands, a touch,” he claimed.

All of his drivers are instructed to check customers’ vaccination status before offering them service, Bullington added.

One customer confirmed to the Riverfront Times that Bullington refused to give her a ride when she informed him she was vaccinated.

Bullington had informed the customer that he had two rules: First, she was not allowed to wear a mask in his car.

“I told him that wasn’t a problem,” she said. “I’m vaccinated, I had COVID, I’m good without a mask. That doesn’t bother me.”

According to the customer, Bullington’s responded, “I’m sorry, but that’s my rule number two, and you just broke it. We can’t pick you up this evening.”

Bullington’s company has faced severe backlash online, but he said it doesn’t bother him. He also said he’s proud of his state, Missouri, for having one of the nation’s lowest vaccination rates.

“I understand Missouri is one of the top three states with the lowest vaccination rate, so I am proud of all the Missouri people for standing against this,” he said.

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