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The seven-person team of Pittsfield's Public Health Department is seeing a shift in the public's response to their efforts to track the coronavirus. 

"Compared to the first time around, we're getting a lot of pushback as far as cooperation goes," Pittsfield Public Health Nurse Manager Kayla Donnelly said. "Some people just won't even answer us. Some people will hang up on us or — and I'm just going to come out and say — people are verbally abusive towards us a lot."

A man leaves a store where face masks are optional in Miami on Wednesday, July 28, 2021. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis insists that requiring face…

Chauniece Davis shops at Destination Found in St. Louis on July 27, after the city and county began requiring masks in indoor public places an…

Staff at Dinosaur Coffee in Los Angeles wear masks while interacting with customers last month. Just three months ago, the CDC and Prevention …