Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.  A viral video shows police dragging a Philadelphia man off a bus on Friday, seemingly in violation of coronavirus policy at the time.The video, recorded Friday, shows the man fighting the police as they lift him up and off of the bus. He repeatedly shouts at them before demanding their badge numbers.The man was not arrested or issued a citation.CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE Tweets of the video have gained tens of thousands of likes and retweets.Police initially responded to “calls of a disturbance” after the passenger was repeatedly asked to leave the bus but refused. The man was not wearing a mask, violating the Southeastern Philadelphia Transportation Authority’s (SEPTA’s) mandate at the time — which has since been relaxed to “strongly encourage” riders to wear face coverings and gloves, not require it.Video taken aboard the bus shows a worker asking people to get off for not wearing masks. The worker says, “If you do not have a mask, you cannot ride public transportation.”One passenger was asked to leave despite wearing a bandana over his face, which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has suggested

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