Thomas Antoon of Pacifica Beach Yoga told the ABC7 I-Team in October that he doesn’t believe COVID-19 is real.
“I mean, if it’s a pandemic.. wouldn’t we be stacking bodies?” Antoon said. “You don’t even hear about anyone dying. Only what you listen on the news.”
As of Friday night, the coronavirus has claimed more than 22,000 California lives, including almost 200 deaths in San Mateo County where this yoga studio continues to violate the rules.
On Nov. 29, indoor fitness centers were forced to close as San Mateo County moved to purple.
Yet Pacifica Beach Yoga has continued to host and advertise indoor classes for at least the first two weeks of December.