Uber "rules" say you have to do one thing, but then Uber deactivates you for following the "rule". The true rule is not to do that which gets you deactivated.
That's why I always allow passengers to ride without masks on. Roughly half of my passengers do not have a mask. Uber rules say masks are required, but I would be deactivated by Uber in a week if I forced the issue by coercing their customers into compliance with their own rules.
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