Governor Extends Executive Order Requiring Masks In State Facilities
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Gov. Gary Herbert on Friday announced he has extended an executive order that requires masks to be worn in all state facilities.
The order takes effect immediately and will remain in place until the state of emergency terminates.
According to the EO, state facilities are defined as any “building or structure, or part thereof, that is owned, leased, occupied, or controlled by the state or a state governmental entity.”
Individuals who enter these buildings or premises are expected to wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth.
The order does not apply to people with disabilities or children younger than three, among other excemptions.
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