An Oregon doctor no longer has a medical license because of his refusal to wear a face mask and various statements he’s made about the coronavirus. 

Steven LaTulippe has made multiple comments about not wearing face masks and how he thinks the coronavirus itself isn't that dangerous. 

The Oregon Medical Board describes the reason for his emergency suspension as “engaged in unprofessional conduct or dishonorable conduct,” according to NBC News.

The Board also stated that he "constitutes an immediate danger to the public, and presents a serious danger to the public health and safety."

LaTulippe attended the “Stop the Steal” rally in support of Donald Trump at the beginning of November, and the comments he made were questionable.

"I want to expose what I call corona mania," LaTulippe stated.

When the news broke about his suspension, many Twitter users replied with their opinions and how they feel about this doctor's actions. 

In addition to his comments that were made a the rally, it also came out that he, as well as his staff, weren’t wearing masks during patient treatment in his office and even told patients not to wear masks. 

“LaTulippe in July allegedly told a patient who asked for guidance on when to get tested for the coronavirus that asymptomatic people should not be tested and that wearing a mask does not prevent transmission,” according to the suspension records. 

He then went on to tell the patient that they don’t need to self-isolate so it’ll boost immunity to COVID-19.

He did come back and say that if any of his patients believed they had the virus or were showing any type of symptoms to wear one. 

LaTulippe had been a licensed medical professional since 2000.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released many statements and studies explaining how wearing a mask does reduce the transmission of the virus. It's also recommended to wear a mask even when you don't feel sick.

The only time that masks aren't necessary is when you're by yourself outside or with those that live within your household, the CDC reports. 

Dr. Anthony Fauci has also said that masks will be necessary after the vaccine starts being distributed. 

A medical worker provides oxygen to a person with suspected Covid-19 at the Cotugno hospital in Naples A medical worker provides oxygen to a person with suspected Covid-19 at the Cotugno hospital in Naples Photo: AFP / Filippo MONTEFORTE