Monroe County requires that anyone outside of their residence is required to wear a face covering or mask, particularly when not socially distancing with people from other households. Additionally, all individuals must carry a mask with them when they leave their homes. Businesses are also ordered by the county to encourage protective measures in their location, such as social distancing and hand washing. Businesses will also determine for themselves if customers who are exempted wearing masks can enter their premises. Exceptions to the Monroe County mask rule include children below the age of six and people who are eating and drinking or working out while socially distancing.
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To Whom It May Concern,
Attached is an electronic copy of the uncodilied Ordinance No. 026-2020 by the Board of County Commissioners of Monroe County, Florida amending Ordinance No. 014--2020 as amended by Ordinance No. 022-2020 and Ordinance No. 02,1-2020 to mandate that individuals wear a face covering in public in certain circumstances; establishing a minimum county-wide requirement, except to the extent of a municipal ordinance in conflict; providing for severability; providing for repeal of all ordinances inconsistent herewith; providing for transmittal to the Secretary of State and providing for an effective and sunset date.
This Ordinance was adopted by the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners at a regular meeting, held in formal session, on August 19, 2020. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact me at (:105) 292-:1550.