Miami-Dade issued a very broad mask order, where individuals are required to wear face coverings anytime they’re in public. By definition, usable face coverings include those made at home or store-bought which meet the CDC’s recommendations. The county also reminds people not to use medical or N95 masks, which are in low supply and needed more urgently by medical professionals. While the mask order is broad, the list of exemptions for this order is also long. Just as with other counties, children under two years of age are not required to wear face masks. Similarly, those with relevant medical conditions are also exempt.
However, individuals visiting places of worship, exercising, swimming, or those who are actively eating, drinking, or smoking, are all exempted from this rule. People who are performing any kind of activity that might get their masks wet are also not required to wear them.
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