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I see the issue here (a sovereigns in conflict issue) as NOT being whether someone wears a mask or not, but rather one of entering the airspace of another (inside infectious range) in a dangerous condition without consent to do so. That means those anti-maskers who insist on entering indoor spaces unmasked take away the right of others in that space to control what risks they take-in this case, of outright invasion by the virus. The exception is if lots of others in the same space are obviously and visibly unmasked: entry to that space then becomes consent to risk.

Someone in an empty park walking their dog without a mask by comparison is totally harmless.