Laguna Beach California is requiring all customers and staff to wear Face Coverings in Essential Businesses starting April 16 2020.
Laguna Beach City Manager John Pietig issued a revised Emergency Order on April 15 2020, requiring all customers wear face coverings when entering or remaining in Essential Businesses to provide additional protection for workers and the general public from the spread of COVID-19.
Individuals who work or provide services at Essential Businesses are already required to wear face coverings while performing their work following the first Emergency Order issued by the City Manager on April 9 2020.
The revised Emergency Order takes effect on Thursday, April 16 2020 at 12:00am and states all Essential Businesses and Services within the City shall require their customers and workers wear cloth face coverings that shield their noses and mouths while at the Essential Business.
“The City of Laguna Beach is taking every measure we can to protect our residents, Essential Workers and businesses from the spread of COVID-19,” said Laguna Beach City Manager John Pietig. “We appreciate the public’s efforts to help us flatten the curve together.”
Essential Businesses Include
Home Improvement Stores
Restaurants Providing Take-Out or Delivery Services
Savings and Loans
Face Coverings Include
Scarves (dense fabric, without holes)
Other Fabric Face coverings are allowed
All persons, including Essential Workers, are discouraged from using medical grade personal protective equipment, such as N95 masks, for non-medical reasons.
Essential businesses must also continue to implement physical distancing measures for employees, customers, and maintain proper sanitation at all times or the facility shall be closed.
Wearing Face Coverings When Physical Distancing is Difficult to Maintain
Strongly Urged to Wear Face Coverings When In close Proximity To Others
(In public and private areas when near people who are not members of their own household)
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