Click here for A Toolkit FOR HELPING YOUR CHILD WEAR A MASK DURING COVID-19
Under the Governor’s EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-147.
- Along with refusing entry and service to individuals who fail to comply with wearing a face covering, businesses must post signs at all entrances instructing customers of their legal obligation to wear a face covering while inside. To assist employers with this requirement, print-ready posters are available online. We’ve attached a few samples to this email for easy access but more are available at the website provided.
In accordance with EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 2020-59.
- Any individual able to medically tolerate a face covering must wear a covering over his or her nose and mouth – such as a homemade mask, scarf, bandana, or handkerchief – when in any enclosed public space.
- All businesses and operations whose workers perform in-person work must , at a minimum, provide non-medical grade face coverings to their workers.
- Supplies of N95 masks and surgical masks should generally be reserved, for now, for health care professionals, first responders (e.g., police officers, fire fighters, paramedics), and other critical workers who interact with the public.
04/30/2020 Van Buren/Cass District Health Department ACCESS TO HOMEMADE- FABRIC FACE COVERINGS INCREASE IN VB AND CASS COUNTY
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- A Toolkit FOR HELPING YOUR CHILD WEAR A MASK DURING COVID-19
- Face Coverings: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- MDHHS Guidance for Non-Healthcare Workers
- How to Wear a Face Covering: Recommendations for the General Public