Half of all shoppers have either left a business or would leave a business where physical distancing and mask-wearing rules were not followed, according to a survey conducted by a chamber of commerce in midcoast Maine.

The 20-question online survey administered by the Brunswick-based Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber from June 4-12 drew 2,939 responses from consumers across the state, said Cory King, the group’s executive director.

A key finding, he said, is that a quarter of the respondents said they have left a business where they had intended to make a purchase because they felt unsafe due to the public health practices of those around them. Another quarter said they would leave a business if they felt unsafe because others were not practicing social distancing

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