City of Daytona Beach to Require Face Masks at City Facilities.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
City Commissioners for the City of Daytona Beach have adopted a new resolution requiring the public to wear face masks (or face covering) while entering City Hall or other city facilities.
According to a release, those who arrive at any city facility without a face covering, a face mask will be provided. Children two years old or younger, and persons with a medical condition, who are unable to wear a mask, are exempt.
Commissioners also added guidance for the public and visitors to the city in the resolution regarding the use of a face mask/covering to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
“It is strongly recommended during the declared local state of emergency, that all persons in the city who are over the age of two and medically able to tolerate a face covering, cover their nose and mouth with a face covering when in public and unable to maintain a six-foot social distance. This recommendation applies whether in an indoor space (such as a store), or an outdoor public space where maintaining a six-foot social distance is not always possible.”
For more information, visit www.codb.us/coronavirus.
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