Christchurch woman urges more compassion for those who can't wear masks
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A Christchurch woman who has a medical exemption to not wear a mask, says the judgement and stigma she faces in stores makes her condition even worse. Jody Devine carries an exemption card to show she doesn't have to wear a mask, because of historic childhood trauma. She told our reporter Rachel Graham she wants people to realise some people not wearing masks have legitimate reasons.
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