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It’s important to note that much of the advice in this piece is specific to the U.K.. For example, in the U.S. there is no “exemption” from mask wearing in the sense that you can just run around without a mask doing all the things masked people are doing. Rather, in the U.S., stores, for example, are required to make some form of accommodation—such as offering curbside pickup or grocery delivery. You simply can’t not wear a mask and then insist everyone around you, businesses included, just let you do that “because autism”.