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Jefferson County now requiring face masks

Effective June 29, 2020, public establishments in Jefferson County will require persons to wear a face covering by order of the Jefferson County Health Officer.

JEFFERSON COUNTY, ALABAMA, Ala. — In response to rising COVID-19 numbers, the Jefferson County Health Officer has ordered that everyone must wear a mask/face covering in public establishments.

The order was announced on June 26.

Public places/establishments include stores, bars, restaurants, entertainment venues, public meeting spaces, government buildings, civic centers, entertainment venues, and similar places.

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The order also extends to public transportation including mass transit, paratransit, ride shares,and taxi service.

There is no end-date on the order.

Read the Jefferson County Health Order:

Jefferson County masking FAQ:

Credit: Jefferson County Health Department
Jefferson County mask information

Where do I have to wear a mask? Click here for details.

Credit: Jefferson County Health Department
Jefferson County mask order graphic

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