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Facial Covering & Health Screening Requirements/Recommendations
                                         Updated 12/10/2020
                                                ALABAMA
Statewide: Effective July 16, 2020 at 5:00 pm, each person shall wear a mask or other facial covering
that covers his or her nostrils and mouth at all times when within six feet of a person from another
household in an indoor space open to the general public, a vehicle operated by a transportation
service, or an outdoor public space where ten or more people are gathered. The facial covering
requirement does not apply to any person while consuming food or drink, or seated at a restaurant to
eat or drink.
https://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/07/Safer-at-Home-Order-Mask-Amendment-7.15.2020-
FINAL.pdf

Statewide: Extension of above noted Safer at Home Order. Effective until 5pm on October 2, 2020
unless extended, rescinded, or modified in writing before that time.
https://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/08/Safer-at-Home-Order-Final-8.27.20.pdf

Statewide: Extension of above noted Safer at Home Order. Effective until 5pm on November 8, 2020
unless extended, rescinded, or modified in writing before that time.
https://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/09/Safer-at-Home-Order-Final-9.29.2020.pdf

Statewide: Extension of above noted Safer at Home Order. Effective until 5pm on December 11,
2020 unless extended, rescinded, or modified in writing before that time. Each employee shall wear a
mask or other facial covering that covers his or her nostrils and mouth at all times while in regular
interaction with patrons or guests.
https://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/11/Safer-at-Home-Order-Final-11.4.2020.pdf

Statewide: Extension of above noted Safer at Home Order. Effective until January 22, 2021 unless
extended, rescinded, or modified in writing before that time. For restaurants and similar
establishments, each employee shall wear a mask or other facial covering that covers his or her
nostrils and mouth at all times while in regular interaction with patrons or guests.
https://governor.alabama.gov/assets/2020/12/Safer-at-Home-Order-Final-12.9.2020.pdf

Birmingham: The Council of the City of Birmingham requires that facial coverings or masks to be
worn in public places within the city to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus disease, known as
COVID-19. The requirement to wear face coverings or masks shall apply to all persons, whether
employees or customers or clients of businesses within the city.
https://www.birminghamal.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Ordinance-No.-20-72.pdf

                                              ALASKA
Statewide: Currently there is no statewide order.

Anchorage: Conduct pre-shift screening and maintain staff screening log.
              • No employee displaying symptoms of COVID-19 will be permitted to be in the
                 facility.
              • An employee who becomes sick while at work should be immediately sent home.

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• No person may work within 72 hours of exhibiting fever.
    Symptomatic or ill employees may not report to work.
    Employer must establish a plan for an Occurrence of COVID-19 in the workplace and include it in
    the COVID-19 Mitigation Plan.
    https://www.muni.org/covid-19/documents/final%20operating%20criteria%20-%20dine-in.pdf

                                             ARIZONA
Statewide: Currently there is no statewide order.

Counties:
Coconino County: Coconino County issued a proclamation requiring residents and visitors to wear a
face covering when not able to physical distance themselves from other persons.
https://www.coconino.az.gov/DocumentCenter/View/35918/COVID-19-Press-Release---Coconino-
County-acts-to-require-face-coverings-when-physical-distancing-is-not-possible-2020-0619

Graham County: Graham County Health Department strongly recommends wearing a face covering
when in public and unable to social distance both outside and indoors.
https://www.graham.az.gov/DocumentCenter/View/4111/Executive-Order-2020-40-Response-
PDF?bidId=

Maricopa County: All places of public accommodation shall require staff members to wear, and those
staff members shall wear, face coverings while working in areas open to the general public and areas
in which interactions with other staff members are likely.
https://www.maricopa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/61311/Regulations-on-Face-Coverings

Pima County:
Minimum Employee, Vendor, Delivery Service and Patron health and wellness measures:
     Wellness/symptom checks, including temperature checks for all restaurant personnel,
        vendors, contractors, third party delivery service workers, etc. as they arrive on premises and
        before opening of a restaurant
     Cloth masks and gloves and frequent handwashing is required for all servers and restaurant
        personnel (except gloves not required for servers if hands are sanitized between servings)
     Any patron exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 is prohibited from entering the facility
https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=573271

Santa Cruz County: Face coverings required. Every person must wear a face covering that completely
and snugly covers the person’s nose and mouth when the person is in a public place and cannot easily
maintain a continuous distance of at least six feet from all other persons. Persons who are seated at a
restaurant or other establishment that offers food or beverage service, may temporarily remove the
face covering while eating.
https://www.santacruzcountyaz.gov/DocumentCenter/View/12875/PROCLAMATION-REQUIRING-
FACE-COVERINGS-IN-PUBLIC

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Yuma County: Any person who is over the age of two (2) who is in a place open to the public,
whether indoor or outdoor, and who is unable to or does not maintain a distance of approximately six
(6) feet from every other person, shall cover his or her mouth and nose with a face covering, except
where a person is unable to wear a face covering due to a medical condition or a person is otherwise
exempted by the Arizona Department of Health Services from doing so. Face coverings are not
required when eating.
https://www.yumacountyaz.gov/Home/Components/News/News/3551/27?backlist=%2f

Cities:
Avondale: The wearing of face coverings by employees and customers is required in all retail
establishments, convenience stores, grocery stores, pharmacies, gyms, any indoor sport or activity
facility, and medical offices. Such businesses must post notice of this face covering requirement at
their entrances.
https://www.avondaleaz.gov/Home/ShowDocument?id=14644

Bisbee: All persons within the City of Bisbee will wear a mask designed for or appropriate to the halt
and the spread of COVID-19 virus while in public. Masks are not required in the confines of homes,
vehicles, or other non-public locations. Owners of establishments opened to the public may require
the wearing of masks at their discretion. Restaurants and establishments previously allowed to open
under CDC guidelines may remain open, while maintaining those guidelines to include:
     Reduced seating
     Six-foot social distancing standard between patrons or groups (families, etc.) of patrons
     Staff will wear masks and gloves and maintain social distancing between themselves and
        patrons as much as possible
     Entertainment (bands, DJs, etc.) will not be present
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/bisbee_resolution.pdf

Bullhead City: An individual in an enclosed place of business and in areas open to the public, must
wear a face covering while in that business whether or not six feet of social distancing may be
accomplished. A face covering includes a surgical mask, cloth cover or other similar material that
covers the nose and mouth.

All persons who own, manage, or are employed by a business located in the City must wear a face
covering while on-duty and having direct or indirect customer contact, including persons working in a
kitchen or otherwise preparing or serving food or beverages to customers.
Each business must post signage notifying individuals of the requirements to wear a face covering as
provided by this order.

This order shall not apply to persons eating or drinking in a restaurant. It is the intent of this provision
that a face covering be worn at all times while moving about in the restaurant.
https://www.bullheadcity.com/home/showdocument?id=14493

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Carefree: During the existence of the local health emergency the use of face masks or facial coverings
shall be required and placed over an individual’s mouth and nose when practical when an individual is
located within public places, public spaces and businesses within the Town of Carefree.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/carefree.pdf

Casa Grande: Each person within the jurisdiction of the City of Casa Grande is required to his or her
nose and mouth with a face covering in any public setting, if he or she is or will be in contact with
other individuals who are not in their household, in spaces where it is difficult or impossible to
maintain continuous physical distancing. In addition, businesses must take appropriate measures to
ensure that employees wear face coverings when dealing with the public as well as in any other
circumstance where the employees cannot maintain continuous physical distancing among
employees. For restaurant patrons when seated at a table for purposes of eating or drinking, a face
covering is not required. A face covering must be worn prior to seating or when a patron leaves the
table for any purpose.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/casa_grande.pdf

Chandler: All businesses shall institute policies to require all employees that interact with the public
to wear a face covering and to require consumers to wear face coverings while engaging in face to
face consumer activities.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/chandler.pdf

Clarkdale: All individuals shall wear a face covering while in public within the town limits of the Town
of Clarkdale under these circumstances:
      When in public space and in proximity to people, including multi-use pathways
      Indoors if another person is present
      Outdoors if another person is within 10 feet when in public areas of businesses or
         government buildings
      When waiting in line
      In workspaces not open to the public (It is recommended in nonpublic workspaces face
         coverings be worn or recommended or required by the Arizona Division of Occupational
         Safety and Health (ADOSH) and any policies set by a business or employer.)
All businesses and employers shall supply, at the request of and at no cost to an employee or contract
worker only, a face covering to comply with this proclamation. Face coverings are not required when
eating.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/clarkdale_proclaimation.pdf

Clifton: Every person over the age of five (5) is required to cover his or her nose and mouth with a
face covering when in a public setting, including but not limited to within retail establishments and
grocery stores, where maintaining a six-foot physical distance from other persons is difficult or
impossible. A face covering is not required when a person is inside or obtaining services at a business
or establishment, and the person is engaged in eating, drinking or sleeping, or the individual is in an
area of the facility that is not designed for community gathering, such as a sleeping area.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/clifton.pdf

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Coolidge: All individuals within the jurisdiction of the City of Coolidge are required to wear a face
covering in all public buildings where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical distancing.
https://www.coolidgeaz.com/vertical/Sites/%7BAE188E70-DD7F-47BE-99EF-
B58B70641DF9%7D/uploads/Face_Mask_Emergency_Proclamation_-_Signed_062320.pdf

Cottonwood: Effective immediately, and for the primary purpose of protecting lives and health of the
most vulnerable among us – including the elderly and those with serious underlying health conditions
- all persons within the City of Cottonwood over the age of 3 shall, except when objectively unfeasible
(including but not limited to when contraindicated by an underlying physical or mental ability or
health condition; or when dining/drinking in a public establishment), wear face coverings that are
designed and worn to cover both the nose and mouth whenever such person is in a close public
setting.
https://cottonwoodaz.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=248

Douglas: All persons within the City of Douglas shall wear a face covering when entering, exiting, or
waiting in line to enter a place of business that is open to the public, and while inside a place of
business as to the areas within the place of business that are accessible to, and are intended for the
use of, the public.
The requirement to wear a face covering does not apply to restaurant and bar patrons while eating or
drinking. If a patron is not seated at their table or at the bar, a face covering is required.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/douglas_proclamation.pdf

Eloy: All individuals within the jurisdiction of the City of Eloy are required to wear face coverings in all
public places, if they are or will be in contact with other individuals who are not in their household, or
in spaces where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical distancing. Face coverings are also
required in all spaces where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical distancing. These spaces
include but are not limited to grocery stores, restaurants and bars, retail stores, and special events.
Businesses that interact with the public must require employees to wear face coverings. Restaurant
patrons are not required to wear face coverings while they are eating or drinking. If a patron is not
seated at their table, a face covering is required.
https://eloyaz.civicclerk.com/Web/GenFile.aspx?ad=3244

Flagstaff: Each person five (5) years of age and older must wear a face covering when in a public
place in the City of Flagstaff. A person is not required to wear a face covering when eating or drinking
in a public place.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/flagstaff_proclamation_requiring_face_coverings
.pdf

Gilbert: All persons shall wear face coverings when entering and while inside Town-owned buildings
and facilities and in such indoor or outdoor places where persons are unable to maintain safe social
distancing (six or more feet separation) from others not of their own household. Face coverings are
not required for restaurant patrons while they are dining.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/gilbert_wearing_face_coverings_public.pdf

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Glendale: Glendale Mayor Jerry P. Weiers has issued a proclamation regarding the use of face
coverings within the City of Glendale. This proclamation will mandate the use of face coverings for
those in Glendale ages 6 and older in all public situations where social distancing may not be followed.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/glendale_proclamation.pdf

Globe: All individuals within the City of Globe are required to wear face coverings in all places of
public accommodation, if they are or will be in contact with other individuals who are not in their
household, in spaces where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical distancing. Face coverings
are not required for restaurant or bar patrons while they are eating or drinking. If a patron is not
seated at their seat, a face covering is required.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/globe_mask.pdf

Goodyear: All persons six years old or older who are present in the City of Goodyear shall have
possession of a face covering described in Arizona Department of Public Health Face Covering
Guidance issued on May 21, 2020, when they leave their home or place of residence and shall wear
the face covering whenever they are within six feet of another person who is not a member of their
family or household. Restaurant patrons are not required to wear a face covering while they are
dining.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/goodyear_proclamation.pdf

Guadalupe: All individuals within the jurisdiction of the Town of Guadalupe are required to wear face
coverings in all places of public accommodation, if they are or will be in contact with other individuals
who are not in their household, and/or required in all spaces where it is difficult or impossible to
maintain physical distancing. These spaces include but are not limited to grocery stores, markets,
dispensaries, restaurants and bars, gyms, youth activity facilities, retail stores, special events, and
public transit. Businesses that interact with the public must require employees to wear face
coverings. While wearing the face covering, it is essential to maintain physical distance as it is the
best defense against the spread of the COVID-19. For restaurant patrons while they are eating or
drinking, a face covering is not required. If a patron is not seated at their table, a face covering is
required.
https://www.guadalupeaz.org/vertical/sites/%7BCECC98E2-78F4-42CA-9F14-
4680A631F957%7D/uploads/06_19_20_Mayor_Molina_Proclamation_-
_Requiring_Face_Coverings.pdf

Jerome: All persons 6 years of age and older shall wear face coverings when in a public place in the
Town of Jerome. Restaurant patrons are not required to wear face coverings while they are eating or
drinking. If a patron is not seated at their table, a face covering is required.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/jerome_face_masks.pdf

Kingman: Every person in the City of Kingman ages six and over are required to cover their nose and
mouth whenever they enter places of business that serve the public. Restaurant or similar business
patrons are exempt from wearing a face covering while they are eating or drinking. If a patron is not
seated at their table or other designated eating area, a face covering is required if social distancing
cannot be accomplished.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/kingman.pdf

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Lake Havasu City: All individuals within the jurisdiction of Lake Havasu City are required to wear face
coverings in all places of public accommodation if they are or will be in contact with other individuals
who are not within the small group of people they are closely and frequently associated with and in
spaces where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical distancing. These spaces include, but are
not limited to, grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, retail stores, special events and public transit.
Businesses that interact with the public must require employees to wear face coverings. Exceptions
for face coverings will be made for restaurant or similar business patrons while they are eating or
drinking. If a patron is not seated at their table or other designated eating area, a face covering is
required.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/lake_havasu_city.pdf

Mammoth: All individuals within the jurisdiction of the Town of Mammoth are required to wear face
coverings in all public places, if they are or will be in contact with other individuals who are not in
their household, or in spaces where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical distancing. Face
coverings are also required in all spaces where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical
distancing. These spaces include but are not limited to grocery stores, restaurants and bars, retail
stores, and special events. Businesses that interact with the public must require employees to wear
face coverings. Exceptions for face coverings will be made for restaurant patrons while they are
eating or drinking. If a patron is not seated at their table, a face covering is required.
https://townofmammoth.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Mayor-Dietz-Proclamation-06-22-20.pdf

Mesa: All persons within the City of Mesa shall wear a face covering when entering, exiting, or
waiting in line to enter a place of business as to the areas within the place of business that are
accessible to, and are intended for the use of the public. The requirement to wear a face covering
does not apply to restaurant and bar patrons while eating or drinking. If a patron is not seated at
their table or at the bar, a face covering is required.
https://www.mesaaz.gov/home/showdocument?id=40078

Miami: All individuals within the jurisdiction of the Town of Miami are required to wear face
coverings in all places of public accommodation, if they are or will be in contact with other individuals
who are not in their household, in spaces where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical
distancing. These spaces include but are not limited to grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants and
bars, gyms and similar facilities, retail stores, special events and public transit. Businesses that
interact with the public must require employees to wear face coverings. Exceptions for face coverings
will be made for restaurant or bar patrons while they are eating or drinking. If a patron is not seated
at their table, a face covering is required.
www.miamiaz.gov/docs/public/COVID%20Proc.pdf

Nogales: All individuals two (2) years old and older are required to wear a face covering while in
public within the limits of the City of Nogales under these circumstances:
When in a public space and in proximity to people as follows:
     Indoors if another person is present.
     Outdoors if another person is within 6 feet proximity.
Face coverings are not required when eating.
https://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/nogalesinternational.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/
editorial/e/e2/ee28d3e8-b1c5-11ea-9b56-b7948fec2628/5eec0a6286ed7.pdf.pdf

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Oro Valley: Every person must wear a face covering that completely and snugly covers the person’s
nose and mouth when the person is in a public place and cannot easily maintain a continuous
distance of at least six feet from all other persons. Persons who are eating or drinking at a restaurant
or other establishment that offers food or beverage service, so long as the person is able to maintain
a distance of 6 feet away from persons who are not members of the same household or party as the
person are exempt from wearing a face covering.
https://www.orovalleyaz.gov/files/assets/public/documents/town-manager/covid-19/emergency-
proclamation-amendment-7-on-6-25-20.pdf

Page: All persons six (6) years of age or older shall wear a face covering over their nose and mouth
when inside a commercial entity or other building open to the public, where it is difficult to follow
CDC guidelines for social distancing and continually keep six feet away from other persons. The
requirement to wear face coverings does not apply while consuming food or drink.
https://cityofpage.org/images/COVID-19/Proclamation-Measures%20to%20Slow%20Covid-19-7.6.pdf

Patagonia: Face masks are required to be worn in public places and businesses in Patagonia, Arizona.
While shopping in stores, dining in restaurants and bars and visiting establishments, please wear a
mask.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/patagonia.pdf

Payson: Every person who is over the age of two (2) is required to cover his or her nose and mouth
with a face covering when in a public setting, including but not limited to within retail establishments
and grocery stores, where maintaining a six-foot physical distance from other persons is difficult or
impossible. A face covering is not required when a person is inside or obtaining services at a business
or establishment, and the person is engaged in eating, drinking or sleeping, or the individual is in an
area of the facility that is not designed for community gathering, such as a sleeping area.
https://www.paysonaz.gov/Emergency-Proclamation-Face-Masks.pdf

Peoria: All persons are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth while outside of
the person’s residence or personal vehicle in public settings within the boundaries of the City of
Peoria when other social distancing measures of six feet of physical separation are difficult to
maintain from all other persons who are not members of the same household or residence.
Businesses that interact with the public must require employees to wear face coverings as required by
Executive Order 2020-40. Face coverings are not required when individuals are in the process of
consuming food or drink at a restaurant.
https://www.peoriaaz.gov/home/showdocument?id=24166

Phoenix: All persons six years old or older who are present in the City of Phoenix shall have
possession of a face covering when they leave their home or place of residence and shall wear the
face covering whenever they are within six feet of another person who is not a member of their family
or household. Face coverings are not required for restaurant patrons while they are dining.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/phoenix_declaration.pdf

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Pinetop Lakeside: All persons shall wear face coverings:
     When entering and while inside Town buildings and facilities where persons are unable to
        maintain safe physical distancing (six feet or more separation) from others.
     In such indoor or outdoor places where persons are unable to maintain safe physical
        distancing, (six or more feet separation) from others; not of their own household.
Face coverings are not required for restaurant patrons while they are dining.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/pinetop_lakeside_face_coverings.pdf

San Luis: All individuals who are two (2) years of age and older are required to wear a face covering
while in public within the city limits of the City of San Luis under these circumstances:
When in a public space and in proximity to people:
     Indoors if another person is present.
     Outdoors if another person is 30 feet away (about the length of a school bus, this gives
        pedestrians time to put their face coverings on as they see the person 30 feet away).
     When in the public areas of business or government building.
     When waiting in line.
Face coverings are not required when eating.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/san_luis_face_covering.pdf

Scottsdale: All individuals within the jurisdiction of the City of Scottsdale are required to wear face
coverings in all places of public accommodation if they are or will be in contact with other individuals
who are not within a small group of people they are closely and frequently associated with and in
spaces where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical distancing. These spaces include, but are
not limited to, grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants and bars, gyms and similar facilities, retail
stores, special events and public transit. For restaurant or similar business patrons while they are
eating or drinking, face coverings are not required. If a patron is not seated at their table or other
designated eating area, a face covering is required.
https://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/Assets/ScottsdaleAZ/News/News+Images/News+documents/scottsdal
e-emergency-proclamation-june-18-2020.pdf

Sedona: Every person within the jurisdiction of the City of Sedona who is five (5) years of age or older
is required to cover his or her nose and mouth with a face covering when in a public place where
continuous physical distancing is difficult or impossible. Businesses whose employees interact with
the public must require employees to wear face coverings. A face covering is not required for
restaurant patrons while they are eating or drinking at their table or seating area.
https://www.sedonaaz.gov/home/showdocument?id=41524

Sierra Vista: Every person over the age of ten (10) is required to make use of a face covering or shield
in a public space when maintaining a six foot distance is not possible. Adults accompanying children
shall use reasonable efforts to cause those children to wear face coverings when in public. The
wearing of face coverings is required in all commercial establishments located within the city of Sierra
Vista when physical distancing is impossible to continuously maintain.
Face coverings are not required when a person is at a commercial establishment for the purposes of
eating or drinking.
https://www.sierravistaaz.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Emergency-Declaration-062620.pdf

SERVSAFE COMPLIANCE                                                                                     9
Sierra Vista: Reinstatement of above noted Emergency Declaration. Effective November 6, 2020.
https://www.sierravistaaz.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Reinstatement-of-emergency-
declaration.pdf

Somerton: All individuals who are two (2) years of age or older shall wear a face covering while in
public within the city limits of the City of Somerton under these circumstances:
     When in public space and in proximity to people, including multi-use pathways.
     Indoors if another person is present.
     Outdoors if another person is 30 feet away (about the length of a school bus, this gives
        pedestrians time to put their face coverings on as they see the person 30 feet away).
     When in the public areas of business or government buildings.
     When waiting in line.
Face coverings are not required when eating.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/somerton_emergency_proclamation_face_covering.pdf

South Tucson: Every person within the jurisdiction of the City of South Tucson who is two (2) years of
age or older is required to cover his or her nose and mouth with a face covering when in a public
setting where continuous physical distancing is difficult or impossible. Businesses whose employees
interact with the public must require employees to wear face coverings.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/south_tucson.pdf

Superior: All individuals who are two (2) years of age or older shall wear a face covering while in
public within the Town limits of the Town of Superior under these circumstances:
     When in public space and in proximity to people, including multi-use pathways.
     Indoors if another person is present.
     Outdoors if another person is 30 feet away (about the length of a school bus, this gives
        pedestrians time to put their face coverings on as they see the person 30 feet away).
     When in the public areas of business or government buildings.
     When waiting in line.
Face coverings are not required when eating.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/superior_mask.pdf

Surprise: Every person over the age of two is required to wear a face covering while in all public
settings within the City of Surprise where it is difficult to maintain a minimum physical distance of six
(6) feet from others who do not live in the same residence. This includes, but is not limited to,
grocery stores, retail stores, pharmacies, restaurants and bars (when not seated at a table),
recreational facilities, libraries, public transportation, public places where lines or crowds form, and
special events.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/surprise_requires_face_coverings.pdf

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Tempe: All individuals within the jurisdiction of the City of Tempe are required to wear face coverings
in all places of public accommodation, if they are or will be in contact with other individuals who are
not in their household, in spaces where it is difficult or impossible to maintain physical distancing.
These spaces include but are not limited to grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants and bars, gyms
and similar facilities, retail stores, special events and public transit. Face coverings are not required
for restaurant patrons while they are eating or drinking. If a patron is not seated at their table, a face
covering is required.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/tempe_mask_proclamation.pdf

Tolleson: Every person who is over the age of two (2) is required to cover his or her nose and mouth
with a face covering when in a public setting, including but not limited to within retail establishments
and grocery stores, where maintaining a six-foot physical distance from other persons is difficult or
impossible. A face covering is not required when a person is inside or obtaining services at a business
or establishment, and the person is engaged in eating, drinking or sleeping, or the individual is in an
area of the facility that is not designed for community gathering, such as a sleeping area.
www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/tolleson_emergency_proclamation_masks.pdf

Tucson: Every person within the jurisdiction of the City of Tucson who is two (2) years of age or older
is required to cover his or her nose and mouth with a face covering when in a public setting where
continuous physical distancing is difficult or impossible. Restaurant patrons are not required to wear
a face covering while they are eating or drinking at their table or seating area.
https://www.tucsonaz.gov/files/pdfs/FINAL_Proc_6.18.20_-_Signed.pdf

Winkelman: Mayor Louis C. Bracamonte proclaims and recommends wearing cloth face coverings in
public settings in the Town of Winkelman and make every effort to keep social distancing.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/winkelman.tif

Winslow: The mayor of Winslow amended the Emergency Proclamation issued March 17, 2020 to
include the requirement to wear face coverings in public places where social distancing is not
possible. Each person five years of age and older must wear a face covering when in a public place in
the City of Winslow except:
     When able to maintain adequate social distancing.
     When a person is eating or drinking in a public place.
http://www.winslowaz.gov/6.23.20%20Proclamation.pdf

Youngtown: A proclamation of the mayor of the Town of Youngtown, Arizona, requiring face
coverings in accordance with Maricopa County, Arizona’s June 19, 2020 regulations requiring face
coverings in Maricopa County.
https://www.youngtownaz.org/

Yuma: All individuals within the jurisdiction of the City of Yuma, Arizona, are required to wear face
coverings (1) in all places of public accommodation, (2) if the individuals are or will be in contact with
other individuals who are not in their household, (3) in spaces where it is difficult or impossible to
achieve and maintain social distancing.
http://www.leagueaz.org/e/covid_19/links/updates/yuma.pdf

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ARKANSAS
Statewide: The Secretary of Health shall issue a public health directive requiring every person in
Arkansas to wear a face covering over the mouth and nose in all indoor environments where they are
exposed to non-household members and distancing of six (6) feet or more cannot be assured and in
all outdoor settings where there is exposure to non-household members, unless there exists ample
space of six (6) feet or more to practice physical distancing. Persons consuming food or drink are
exempt from wearing a face covering.
https://governor.arkansas.gov/images/uploads/executiveOrders/EO_20-43.pdf

                                               CALIFORNIA
Statewide: Updated face covering guidance. People in California must wear face coverings when
they are outside of the home. Persons who are actively eating or drinking provided that they are able
to maintain a distance of at least six feet away from persons who are not members of the same
household or residence are exempt from wearing a face covering.
https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/guidance-for-face-coverings.aspx

Statewide: People in California must wear face coverings when they are:
     Inside of, or in line to enter, any indoor public space.
     Engaged in work, whether at the workplace or performing work off-site, when interacting in-
        person with any member of the public.
     Working in any space visited by members of the public, regardless of whether anyone from
        the public is present at the time.
     Working in any space where food is prepared or packaged for sale or distribution to others.
     In any room or enclosed area where other people (except for members of the person’s own
        household or residence) are present when unable to physically distance.
     While outdoors in public spaces when maintaining a physical distance of 6 feet from persons
        who are not members of the same household or residence is not feasible.
Persons who are seated at a restaurant or other establishment that offers food or beverage service,
while they are eating or drinking, provided that they are able to maintain a distance of at least 6 feet
away from persons who are not members of the same household or residence are exempt from
wearing a face covering.
https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/CDPH%20Document%20Library/COVID-19/Guidance-
for-Face-Coverings_06-18-2020.pdf

Counties
Alameda: Requires employees to undergo health screening daily. Face coverings are required for
customers while entering and inside of restaurants. Employees must wear face coverings in all areas
where other employees or members of the public are and where food is prepared or packaged for
sale to others.
http://www.acphd.org/media/569455/health-officer-order-20-08-face-coverings-2020.04.17.pdf

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Contra Costa: Face coverings are required for customers while entering and inside of restaurants.
Employees must wear face coverings in all areas where other employees or members of the public are
and where food is prepared or packaged for sale to others.
https://813dcad3-2b07-4f3f-a25e-
23c48c566922.filesusr.com/ugd/84606e_7aedf6a44a884872ad17824ef2855107.pdf

Fresno: Requires employee to do daily health screening for febrile respiratory illness. Checking for
symptoms such as coughs or a fever of a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher. All residents should
use cloth face masks or equivalent face covering while indoors at work, while visiting a business, or
while coming into close contact with someone who is not a family member, in accordance with CDC
guidelines to prevent spread of respiratory droplets when physical distancing cannot be maintained.
https://www.co.fresno.ca.us/home/showdocument?id=44811

Glenn County: Employees should:
         Be screened upon entering the facility entrance. Ask if any symptoms or signs of illness or
          have had sustained exposure to a person with COVID-19.
         If yes to any of these screening questions, the person should be asked to leave.
         If an employee has symptoms of COVID-19, they should be sent home for a period of no
          less than 7 days from onset of symptoms, or 3 days past fever, whichever is longer.
         Wash their hands or use hand sanitizer upon entering the facility.
         Wear masks, as appropriate.
https://www.countyofglenn.net/sites/default/files/Health_%26_Human_Services/Glenn%20Guideline
s%20for%20restaurants%205-4-20.pdf

Imperial: Face coverings required for all essential business employees, including customers.
http://www.icphd.org/media/managed/2019coronavirus/HO_Order_FC.pdf

Inyo County: Employees, contractors, owners, customers, and volunteers of all Essential Businesses
allowed to remain in operation pursuant to Executive Order N-33-20 or of businesses that may
resume operations in the future due to revised local or state orders must wear a facial covering in
areas where the public is present or likely to be present, including:
     Working or shopping in any space visited by members of the public, including but not limited
        to, reception areas, grocery store or pharmacy aisles, service counters, public restrooms,
        cashier and checkout areas, waiting rooms, service areas, and other spaces used to interact
        with the public, regardless of whether anyone from the public is present at the time;
     Working in any space where food is prepared or packaged for sale or distribution to others;
     Working in or walking through common areas such as hallways, stairways, elevators, and
        parking facilities; or
     When present in any room or enclosed area where other people (except members of the
        person’s own household) are present and an individual cannot maintain a six-foot distance
        from another person.
https://www.inyocounty.us/sites/default/files/2020-
05/05.08.2020%20Inyo%20HO%20Order%20re%20Face%20Coverings.pdf

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Los Angeles: County health department is recommending facial coverings when in public. For more
information please visit:
http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/GuidanceClothFaceCoverings.pdf

Madera: Require daily health screening. All employees that interact with the public directly must
wear a face covering during their entire shift.
https://www.maderacounty.com/home/showdocument?id=20528

Marin: Require daily health screening. Face coverings are required for customers while entering and
inside of restaurants. Employees must wear face coverings in all areas where other employees or
members of the public are and where food is prepared or packaged for sale to others.
https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/marin-public-health-order-face-coverings-41720

Mendocino: The public health department is recommending that everyone who is in public to wear a
face covering. See link: https://www.mendocinocounty.org/home/showdocument?id=33432

Mono County: All ill staff is required to be excluded from work and employers to either screen
employees daily or obtain written agreement from staff that they will report illnesses to their
employer. All persons, employees and customers shall wear face coverings/masks. Restaurant guests
are not required to wear face coverings while eating and drinking. All employees must launder fabric
face coverings after each shift.
https://webapps.mono.ca.gov/COVIDDocs/PublicResources/Business%20Guidelines%2005-20-2020-
English.pdf

Monterey: Require employees to undergo health screening daily. Guests must wear a face covering
in the restaurant or in line to enter. Require employees to wear a face covering at the workplace
anytime the employee is:
      Interacting or working in a space with any member of the public.
      Working in any space where food is prepared or packaged.
      Working in or walking through common areas.
      In any room or enclosed area when other people are present.
Establishments must post signs to remind guests/public to wear a face covering.
https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/home/showdocument?id=90136

Napa: All customers while in line or inside a restaurant are required to wear a face covering and all
employees while at the workplace need to wear a face covering.
https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/17329/FINAL-4-22-2020-Napa-County-
Health-Officer-Recommendations-For-Wearing-Face-Coverings?bidId=

Orange County: The public health department is recommending that everyone who is in public to
wear a face covering. See link.
https://mailchi.mp/ochca/healthofficersorder

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Riverside: Face coverings required for all individuals, including essential business employees.
https://www.rivcoph.org/Portals/0/Documents/CoronaVirus/April/4.4.20_HO_order_face_coverings.
pdf?ver=2020-04-04-172943-200&timestamp=1586046633879

Sacramento: The Sacramento County Public Health Officer is requiring residents of Sacramento
County to wear face coverings whenever social distancing is not possible.
https://www.saccounty.net/COVID-19/Documents/Face_Covering_FAQs.pdf

San Benito: Requires health screening.

San Bernardino: Face coverings are required for all individuals, including “essential business”
employees. http://wp.sbcounty.gov/dph/wp-
content/uploads/sites/7/2020/04/SKM_C45820040714190.pdf

San Diego: All customer-facing employees of restaurants must wear cloth face coverings. (kitchen
staff/back of the house employees are exempt from mandate). Individuals who violate restrictions
may receive penalties up to $1,000 or 6 months in jail.
https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/dam/sdc/hhsa/programs/phs/Epidemiology/covid19/Adde
ndum_regarding_face_coverings_and_public_parks.pdf

https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Face-Coverings-Guidance.aspx

Implement measures to ensure food handlers do not work if ill and are protected from becoming ill in
the workplace.
        Notify employees not to come to work if sick.
        Conduct thermal or temperature scans of employees daily.
        Conduct a health screening of each employee prior to the beginning of each shift that
           asks:
               a. Are you ill or experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 within the past 7
                   days?
               b. Does a household/family member have or had a fever or other COVID-19
                   symptoms in the past 7 days?
               c. Have you had close contact with someone who is known to have COVID-19 in the
                   past 14 days?
        Employees with COVID-19 like symptoms are not allowed to work and encouraged to
           contact their medical provider or 2-1-1.
        Face coverings must be worn by all employees that interact with the public and when
           unable to social distance with other employees.
        Provide a copy of the COVID-19 Operating Protocol to each employee and ensure they
           understand and will implement the protocols.

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Implement measures to ensure the public is educated on dining out safely.
     Post signs to remind customers to maintain social distancing of six feet, wash hands or use
        sanitizer upon entry into the facility, and to stay home if they are ill or have symptoms
        consistent with COVID-19.
     Post facility COVID-19 Operating Protocol in a location visible to customers.
     Face coverings shall be worn by customers when not seated at their table.
https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/dam/sdc/deh/fhd/food/pdf/covid19sdsafeonsitediningpla
n_en.pdf

San Francisco: Require health screening. Face coverings are required for all customers in line or while
inside a restaurant. All employees are required to wear a face covering while inside the workplace
interacting with the public or where other employees are.
https://sfmayor.org/article/san-francisco-issues-new-policy-face-coverings

San Joaquin: Requires health screening.
https://www.sjgov.org/covid19/hr/EE_Health_Protocol_-_Update_06-23-20.pdf

San Mateo: Requires health screening. All employees are required to wear a face covering while
inside the workplace interacting with the public or where other employees are.
https://cmo.smcgov.org/sites/cmo.smcgov.org/files/documents/files/HO%20Order%20c19-
8%20Face%20Covering%2020200417.pdf

Santa Barbara: Facial coverings are required for food service employees during food preparation,
serving, and kitchen maintenance.
https://countyofsb.org/uploadedFiles/phd/PROGRAMS/Disease_Control/Corona/HealthOfficer%20Or
der%204_5_2020.pdf

Santa Clara: Requires health screening. Also, employers must report their inventory of certain
products (face coverings, gloves, etc.) if they meet threshold requirements in the additional health
order (below). https://www.sccgov.org/sites/phd/DiseaseInformation/novel-
coronavirus/Documents/order-04-08-20-ppe-disclosure.pdf

Santa Cruz: Requires health screening. Train employees on how to limit the spread of COVID-19,
including how to screen themselves for symptoms and stay home if they have them. Employers
should also implement individual control measures and screenings.
https://www.santacruzhealth.org/HSAHome/HSADivisions/PublicHealth/CommunicableDiseaseContr
ol/CoronavirusHome/PublicInformation/ReopeningGuidanceDocuments.aspx

Sierra County: The Health Officer is requiring that all persons wear facial coverings (fabric or cloth
that covers the nose and mouth) before they enter any indoor facility besides their residence, any
enclosed open space, or while outdoors when unable to maintain a 6 foot distance from another
person.
http://sierracounty.ca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/4666/Sierra-County-Facial-Covering-Order---May-
1-2020?bidId=

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Siskiyou County: Symptom checks should be conducted before employees may enter the workspace.
Encourage employees and patrons to wear face coverings that cover the nose and mouth at all times
when in the facility. Provide such face coverings to employees if needed.
https://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/sites/default/files/fileattachments/public_health/page/16135/covid_r
eopening_guidance_businesses_and_employers_siskiyou_5.14.2020_full.pdf

Sonoma: Requires health screening. Face coverings required effective April 17. Employers must
ensure all employees have access to a face covering. Customers must wear a face covering while in a
drive through and interacting with a food service worker. Customers must also wear a face covering
when they enter an indoor business, any enclosed open space, and while outdoors when a customer
is unable to maintain a six foot distance from another person at all times.
https://socoemergency.org/order-of-the-health-officer-facial-coverings/

Cities:
Berkeley: Requires health screening.
https://www.cityofberkeley.info/uploadedFiles/Health_Human_Services/Public_Health/covid19/COB-
Health-Order-n20-04-licensed-facilities.pdf

Face covering order: Each person in the city must wear a face covering when outside the person’s
home or other place they reside (when “Outside the Residence”) at all times. Face coverings must be
worn over the nose and mouth when within 30 feet of others. Face coverings are not required when
a person is eating or drinking.
https://www.cityofberkeley.info/uploadedFiles/Health_Human_Services/Public_Health/covid19/COB-
health-order-n20-09-mandatory-face-coverings.pdf

Beverly Hills: Requires all people, including essential workers, to wear face coverings when they
leave their place of residence, including for walks through the neighborhood.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/496944391149985754/Cityfacecover4920.pdf

Burbank: Requires non-medical essential workers to wear non-medical grade face coverings while
performing their work.
Requires customers to wear non-medical grade face coverings while visiting a business.
Businesses may refuse service to customers who are not wearing face coverings.
Order is in effect from April 10, 2020 until the end of the local emergency period.
https://www.burbankca.gov/home/showdocument?id=53247

Carson: Require all customers and employees to wear face coverings whenever they leave their
home.
http://ci.carson.ca.us/content/files/pdfs/publicsafety/Reso.%20No.%2002-
067_Carson%20EmergencyCouncil%20Facemask%20Order.pdf

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Culver City:
Requires non-medical essential workers to wear face coverings. Requires customers to wear face
coverings. Employers must permit their employees to wash their hands at least every 30 minutes.
Employers need to provide face coverings, ensure that their employees have access to clean, sanitary
restrooms, stocked with all necessary cleansing products; or sanitizing agents required to observe
hand sanitation protocols recommended by the L.A. County Department of Public Health.
Any business owner or operator in this Order may sell face coverings and emergency supplies. All
sellers of emergency supplies referenced in the Order shall abide by all price gouging laws
Food delivery, pick-up or drive-through needs to be done using social distancing.
Order is in effect from 11:59p.m. on April 9, 2020 until April 19, 2020.
https://www.culvercity.org/home/showdocument?id=18966

Fresno:
Facial Coverings:
Order moves from directive to mandatory legal order punishable as misdemeanor crime.
“Essential businesses” must complete, post, and implement social distancing protocol in the Shelter in
Place order, Appendix A. The posted Social Distancing Protocol must be at a minimum 11 inches by 17
inches. Social distancing requirements apply within restaurants.
Employees must wear protective facial coverings while working
Order is in effect from 12:01 am on Saturday, April 11, 2020 until 11:59pm on Wednesday, May 6,
2020.
https://www.fresno.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Emergency-Order-2020-13-Shelter-in-Place-
Extended-and-Expanded-with-Appendix-A.pdf
COVID-19 Masking Guidelines

Health Screening:
Employees and visitors (but not customers) must be screened using the Fresno County Department of
Health Non-Medical Employer Screening Form before they may enter the
workplace. https://www.co.fresno.ca.us/Home/ShowDocument?id=42696

Irvine:
http://legacy.cityofirvine.org/civica/filebank/blobdload.asp?BlobID=32417
Requires non-medical essential workers to wear non-medical grade face coverings while performing
their work.
Mandatory legal order punishable as a misdemeanor crime.

LosAngeles:
https://www.lamayor.org/sites/g/files/wph446/f/page/file/OrderWorkerProtection20200407.pdf
Requires non-medical essential workers to wear non-medical grade face coverings while performing
their work.
Requires customers to wear non-medical grade face coverings while visiting a business.
Employers must permit their employees to wash their hands at least every 30 minutes.
Employers need to provide face coverings, ensure that their employees have access to clean, sanitary
restrooms, stocked with all necessary cleansing products; or sanitizing agents required to observe
hand sanitation protocols recommended by the L.A. County Department of Public Health.

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Any business owner or operator in this Order may sell face coverings and emergency supplies. All
sellers of emergency supplies referenced in the Order shall abide by all price gouging laws.
Food delivery, pick-up or drive-through needs to be done using social distancing.
Order is in effect from April 10, 2020 until the end of the local emergency period.

Long Beach:
Provide public access to handwashing facilities with soap and water or to hand sanitizer that contains
at least 60 percent alcohol.
 Post a sign in a visible place at all public entries that instructs members of the public to not enter
if they have symptoms of respiratory illness, including fever or cough.
http://www.longbeach.gov/globalassets/health/media-library/documents/diseases-and-
condition/information-on/novel-coronavirus/3-28-20---lb-health-order---safer-at-home---1-
Non-Medical Face Masks Required:
http://ojaicity.org/city-of-ojai-announces-requirement-for-face-coverings-while-conducting-essential-
business/
Requires non-medical essential workers to wear non-medical grade face coverings while performing
their work.
Requires customers to wear non-medical grade face coverings while visiting a business.

Palm Springs: Require face coverings for all customers and employees while working or visiting a
business.

Palm Springs Supplementary Order: Face coverings must be worn in public settings, such as:
    Waiting in line to go inside a store
    Shopping at a store
    Picking up food, or in-person dining, at a restaurant that is allowed to be open.
    Picking up, or in-person shopping for, retail goods at a retail store
    Going into facilities allowed to stay open
    Working at a job that interacts with the public

Face coverings are NOT required to be worn by people who are:
Seated at a table or bar at a restaurant that is allowed to be open. However, if an employee (such as
a waiter/waitress, etc.) approaches the table/bar, each person at the table/bar must put on his/her
face covering while the employee is present at the bar/table.

Businesses (whether for profit or not for profit) must:
     Require their workers, contractors, owners, and volunteers to wear a face covering at the
        workplace and when performing work off-site;
     Post a sign at a conspicuous location at each entrance to the business, advising of the
        requirement to wear face coverings and practice social distancing;
     Take reasonable steps to keep people who are not wearing a face covering from entering the
        business; and
     Refuse service to anyone not wearing a face covering.
https://www.palmspringsca.gov/home/showdocument?id=75326

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Redondo Beach: All customer and employees must wear face coverings while visiting or working at a
business.
https://www.redondo.org/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=38266

San Joaquin: All individuals, residents, businesses, entities, and visitors in the City of San Joaquin are
required to wear face coverings whenever they go outside their homes to obtain essential services
and goods.

Social distancing and sanitation protocols must be posted at or near the entrance of the place of
business where the public is allowed and shall be easily viewable by the public and employees. A
copy of the social distancing and sanitation protocol must also be provided to each employee
performing work at the business.

Essential businesses shall cause their employees to wear cloth face coverings, such as scarves (dense
fabric, without holes), bandanas, neck gaiter, or other fabric face coverings. All such employers must
provide, at their expense, non-medical grade face coverings for their employees. All customers of and
visitors to any essential business shall wear face coverings to provide additional protection for
workers and other customers of and visitors to the essential business. An operator of an essential
business shall refuse admission or service to any individual who fails to wear a face covering as
required by the Order.
http://www.cityofsanjoaquin.org/San%20Joaquin_Executive%20Order%2004172020.pdf

Extension of executive order dated 4-17-2020
http://www.cityofsanjoaquin.org/Executive%20order%20extention.pdf

                                            COLORADO
 Statewide: All individuals over ten (10) years old must wear a face covering over their nose and
 mouth when entering or moving within any public indoor space. Individuals who are seated at a
 food service establishment are exempt from this requirement.
 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ps5Cs5d8GWRc1LQN5iAd200_FUz2i2FL/view

 Boulder: No person shall operate any public accommodation, unless all persons therein including,
 employees, vendors and customers are required to wear non-medical face coverings as required by
 Public Health Order 20-26. Provided, however, that employees who do not come into contact with
 the public are not required to wear such face coverings;
 No person shall enter or remain in any public accommodation without wearing a non-medical face
 covering; and
 For the purpose of this order “public accommodation” means any place of business engaged in any
 sales to the general public and any place that offers services, facilities, privileges, or advantages to
 the general public.
 https://www-static.bouldercolorado.gov/docs/Emergency_Order_2020-15_Requiring_Face_Coverings-1-
 202004291117.pdf

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