My boss sent out an email asking everyone to use masks during meetings – but we all noticed his obvious mistake

MASKS have become standard protocol in most offices.

Many of us, with reason, have become nervous about being in public spaces with unmasked people we don’t know very well.

One boss sent an email to his team asking everyone to wear masks in their meetings. But there was one obvious red flag.

Posting to TikTok, an employee shared the email he received from his boss – and the internet is very confused.

The email began:

“Team, I am writing you all today to inform you of a new protocol for our staff Zoom meetings.

“Moving forward, everyone will be required to wear a mask during our meetings.”

The key word here: Zoom. The boss was issuing a mask requirement even for remote employees that take meetings from their homes.

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“One of our team members,” the email continued, “has a fear of unmasked people, and I want to make sure everyone feels safe and comfortable.

“This requirement is effective immediately.”

The internet was shook.

One user wrote: “I would refer this to HR. It’s completely unreasonable. You are working from home. Your employer cannot dictate what you wear.”

 “Covid spreads through electronics now,” another quipped.  

A third person made the call we all hope for: “Well, cams off then baby.”

And another one shut the idea down immediately: “Yeah – no. The job doesn't get access to the inside of my home. Boundaries.”

Although phobias and COVID-induced anxiety is a very real thing, requiring people to wear masks within the comforts of their own homes is both extreme and seemingly unnecessary.

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