High-risk situations include being inside of any indoor public space, obtaining services from the healthcare sector, waiting for or riding public transportation, and more.
Some residents have opposed the mandatory mask rule from the start.
April 29 drive-thru for those in need taking place at community center.
Community members can obtain face coverings on April 27 and April 29 assuming the arrival of adequate supplies.
Combined with sheltering in place, social distancing, and frequent hand hygiene, facial coverings help slow transmission of COVID-19.
Drive-thru event to take place April 25.
Coverings would be required in places where it isn’t possible to maintain social distancing.
Using an industrial laser and open source design, Brian Goldberg manufactures 200 per batch for medical personnel.
Patty Anne writes that wearing a face mask in public is a considerate gesture towards others, lessening the spread of any germs.
Karen Stacy makes masks that combine functionality and style.