The mask debate has been very fierce and intense all year, Hansen said. READ: Utah COVID-19 cases, positivity rates rise as end of mask mandate looms We have seen some very explosive attitudes from guests, we have had some security guards that have been abused. It has been a really tough year,” she said.
The Hogle Zoo will continue to require masks and enforce limited capacity COVID-19 protocols. It is nice having the city-wide mandate backing their decision, a spokesperson for the zoo said. — Sydney Glenn (@SydneyGlennTV) April 7, 2021
“It is helpful for our front line staff, most of our ticket takers, some of them it is their very first time job so having them be the ones trying to enforce the mask mandate, it is a lot to ask and it is a very intimidating position,” Erica Hansen said. Are you happy the state-wide mask mandate is ending? @fox13
Paint With a Twist will continue to require masks and social distance people with reduced capacity, Hartvigsen said. People feeling safe helps with their creativity. “With masks, I think it is easier to do that because they feel safer,” she said. In Murray, businesses will no longer have to require masks after the mandate expires April 10. However, many business owners, including Adrienne Hartvigsen, said masks will still be required.
READ: About 44% of eligible Utahns have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine Hopefully people will show patience, kindness and respect over the mask rules, Hansen said.
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