I have given you data for CA and MN in the states and data from an epidemiologist for Spain and the Czech Republic. Let's go with your assumption that people are ignoring the mandates. Well here are the penalties so are you saying that CA and MN are not enforcing the mandates or maybe they are not working because we don't have standards and the until recently the CDC has been pushing back against aerosol spread?But if you define "community masking" based off of state mandates, as you have been implying, then your data set is flawed. As @GJETSON pointed out earlier in this thread, a state can mandate all it wants until it's blue in the face, but if members of community don't buy in as a whole, masking becomes useless because the virus is certainly free to spread among the community members who do not buy in to the best practice guidelines.
MN mask mandate penalty individuals who do not comply could face a petty misdemeanor, with a fine up to $100. Businesses (and their owners and management) face heightened penalties, including up to 90 days in jail, $1,000 fine and up to $25,000 in civil penalties, along with regulatory enforcement actions. State officials said they hope the public will voluntarily comply with the order and enforcement is not the goal.
CA mask mandate penalty
Beverly Hills: $100 fine for the first offense, $200 for second, $500 for third and subsequent offenses
Calabasas: $100 for first violation
Claremont: First-time offenders will be given a warning and offered a face mask. After that, fines would start at $100. People in exempt categories will not be cited.
Compton: Violators will get a written warning for the first violation, $500 fine for a second violation, $750 for a third violation, and $1,000 for the fourth.
Contra Costa County: $100 fine for an individual's first violation, $200 for second and $500 for third; $250 for a business's first violation, $500 for second and $1,000 for third
Costa Mesa: $100 fine
Duarte: $100 for first offenses, $200 for second offenses, and $500 for every subsequent violation within a one-year period from the initial offense
Fremont: $100 fine
Glendale: $400 for the first fine, $1,000 for the second fine and $2,000 for the third
Hermosa Beach: Citations will come with fines of $100 for the first violation, $200 for a second violation and $500 for each subsequent violation of the face mask requirement within a one-year period.
Irvine: Penalties up to $500 per day
Manhattan Beach: $100 for the first violation, $200 for the second and $350 for subsequent violations
Marin County: Fines between $25 and $500 for individuals, and between $250 to $10,000 for businesses
Monterey: $100 for first violation
Napa County: Fines between $25 and $500 for individuals, and between $250 to $10,000 for businesses
Salinas: $100 for first violation, $500 for second and $1,000 for subsequent
Santa Monica: $100 fine for an individual's first violation, $250 for second and $500 for third; $500 for a business's first violation, $750 for second and $1,000 for third
West Hollywood: $300 for first violation
Yolo County: Fine between $25 and $500 for individuals; fine between $250 to $10,000 for businesses