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Sickening moment maskless 'Karen' COUGHS in the face of grocery store customer, then claims she doesn't have to wear a mask because she 'isn't sick'

A woman was captured on camera following a customer through a supermarket as she coughs on her after claiming she does not need a mask because she is not sick. 

Video of the incident, which has garnered hundreds of thousands of views on Twitter alone, allegedly took place in a Super Saver in Lincoln, Nebraska according to Twitter user @davenewworld_2.

In it, an unidentified woman was captured dramatically coughing as she smiles saying 'Excuse me! I'm coming through' in the direction of the customer recording her.

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The incident allegedly took place in a Super Saver in Lincoln, NebraskaThe unidentified woman said she didn't need a mask because she is not sick

An unidentified woman was captured dramatically coughing as she smiles saying 'Excuse me! I'm coming through' in the direction of a woman recording her

A woman was captured on camera following a customer as she coughs on her in a supermarket without a mask on claiming she does not need one because she is not sick

A woman was captured on camera following a customer as she coughs on her in a supermarket without a mask on claiming she does not need one because she is not sick

@chaiteabugz

#karen #covid #karens #karensgonewild #karensalert #masks we were just wearing a mask at the store.

¿ original sound - bugz/chai!
@chaiteabugz

#karen #covid #karens #karensgonewild #karensalert #masks we were just wearing a mask at the store.

¿ original sound - bugz/chai!

#karen #covid #karens #karensgonewild #karensalert #masks we were just wearing a mask at the store.

When the victim's daughter, off camera, confronts her for coughing on her, the super spreader puts her hands up and repeatedly tells the woman and her child 'You guys are so cute!' leading the woman to label her a 'Karen.'

When asked her why she doesn't have a mask on she responds it is because she is not sick.

'I don't need to have one on, I'm not sick and neither are you,' she says. 

When the woman points out that just because neither are sick it doesn't give her the right to cough on strangers she begins to dramatically cough on the woman again as she laughs, claiming she has allergies. 

The woman recording tells her that she can't determine who is sick or not by looking at them.

'Two years ago before anyone started talking about COVID, you were okay with that though? Going out, not knowing you were sick,' the woman replies.  

When a store employee inquires about what is going on the maskless woman suggest maybe she has a medical condition that prohibits her from wearing a mask, contradicting her earlier claim she is not sick. 

 The dramatic confrontation comes as COVID-19 cases are declining in the United States for the first time in over two months.

As of September 6, the U.S. is averaging 137,000 new daily cases nationwide, a nine percent decrease from the 151,000 case average two weeks ago on August 24.

It is the first time since June 30 that the national average is lower than the total from two weeks earlier.

But some experts fear cases could soon quickly start rising once again after many Americans travelled for the labor day holiday.

The country did reach another milestone this week as well, though, as the U.S. reached 40 million total COVID-19 cases on Monday.

The 'Mu' variant, a strain of the virus experts believe could be even more contagious and even evade vaccines is now being found in the United States as well.

In August, a Pennsylvania woman who pleaded guilty to coughing and spitting on food at a supermarket in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic was sentenced to at least a year in jail.

Margaret Ann Cirko, 37, pleaded guilty in June to a felony count of making bomb threats.

Authorities said Cirko entered Gerrity's Supermarket in Hanover Township, near Wilkes-Barre, on March 25, 2020, and purposely coughed on fresh produce and other merchandise while yelling that she had the virus.

She continued 'in several aisles before attempting to steal a 12-pack of beer as she was being ordered to leave the store by employees', police said.

'I have the virus and you're all going to get sick!' Cirko allegedly yelled while coughing and spitting near the bakery section as well as the produce area.

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