• An exception to wearing face coverings is added for persons giving a religious, political, media, artistic, cultural, musical, theatrical, or other public presentation for an audience when actively speaking or performing. Note: This exception applies to one person or to two persons if those persons reside within the same household and are able to maintain 6 feet distancing from other individuals at all times. While the face covering is removed, any speaker or performer must remain at least 6 feet away from all other persons at all times. • Masks will be required in government facilities, institutions of higher education, public and private kindergarten through 12th grade schools, and licensed childcare or youth facilities. Source
• Bandanas, scarves, and gaiters are removed from the definition of “face covering.” (Face coverings that would still be approved include medical masks and cloth masks.) Dottie-Kay Bowersox, the public health administrator, requested the following:
• School cafeterias are added to the list of establishments offering or permitting food service, thus providing an exception for the wearing of face coverings while eating or drinking there. Bowersox
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