Required face mask signage for businesses begins today

Beginning July 1st, 2020, all businesses, services, and activities, in which persons are required to wear a facial covering, must post signs to inform those entering of the requirement.
 
Signs shall be at least 11 inches x 17 inches. Signage shall be posted in conspicuous locations which are clearly visible to the patrons and employees throughout each physical location, reminding patrons and employees to observe social distancing requirements and use facial coverings, as required by this Emergency Order. Signage shall be posted, at a minimum, at all points of access (including employee points of access) and throughout the service and activity. Whenever possible, signage shall be posted between 4ft and 5ft as measured from the floor to the bottom of the sign.
 
 
The First Amendment to County Emergency Order 2020-30 states:
3. Use of facial coverings.
 
a.    Persons working in or visiting grocery stores, restaurants, in-store retail establishments, pharmacies, construction sites, public transit vehicles, vehicles for hire, along with locations where social distancing measures are not possible shall appropriately wear facial coverings as defined by the CDC, in a manner which covers the mouth and orifices of the nose.

b.     Facial covering includes any covering which snugly covers the nose and mouth, whether store bought or homemade, and which is secured with ties or ear loops. The Centers for Disease Control provide examples of homemade facial coverings.12 Persons should not utilize N95 rated masks, as those are critical supplies for health care workers, police, fire, emergency management, or other persons engaged in life/safety activities. Persons who wear facial coverings should review the CDC and Florida Department of Health guidelines regarding safely applying, removing, and cleaning face coverings.

c.     A facial covering shall not be required for children under six, persons who have trouble breathing due to a chronic pre-existing condition or individuals with a documented or demonstrable medical problem. It is the intent of this provision that those individuals who cannot tolerate a facial covering for a medical, sensory or any other condition which makes it difficult for them to utilize a facial covering and function in public are not required to wear one. It is recognized that this requirement is broader than what might be considered to be a covered condition under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

d.     This Emergency Order does not change or alter any social distancing requirements imposed by this or in any other emergency order.

e.     This Emergency Order does not change any requirements for wearing facial coverings imposed by regulatory bodies or orders from the Governor.

f.      Facial coverings do not have to be worn while actively eating or drinking.

 

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