In Gadsden County, a mask order was put in place on the 17th of July and continues to be upheld. The requirement states that all employees and individuals are required to wear masks in public, and wherever social distancing of six feet is difficult to maintain. The county also recommends that people use facial coverings made of household materials according to guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This is to avoid using surgical masks or others like the N95 mask, which are in short supply and are needed more urgently by medical professionals.
According to the order, children below the age of two are not required to wear masks. Additionally, those with pre-existing medical conditions where a facial covering would obstruct breathing are exempted from wearing a mask. Similarly, anyone who is unable to adjust their masks themselves, such as those who are unconscious or incapacitated, are also exempted from the rule.
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