Pink Covid Masks? No Thanks, Say Some Italian Police Officers


ROME — When Inspector Luca Sita picked up two new N95 masks at his police station in Ferrara in central Italy on Thursday, he was thrown for a loop: One mask was white, and the other was pink.

Mr. Sita works in plainclothes, so he was more perplexed than vexed, but he immediately thought of his colleagues working the streets and in squad cars who had to intervene in various situations, including making arrests.

“Institutionally,” he said, wearing a pink mask “is a bad look.”

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