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No. The face-covering mandate only applies when you are in a public setting and unable to maintain six feet of physical distance from a non-household member.
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When you are in a place that is open to the public, both indoors and outdoors, and you cannot maintain six feet of physical distance from non-household members.
Any place that is open to the public, both indoors and outdoors.
You only have to wear a face-covering if you are unable to maintain six feet of physical distance from a non-household member.
People who reside in the same residence regardless of familial relations and who enter a residence to provide a caretaking function.
If you can maintain six feet of physical distance from non-household members, you are not required to wear a face covering. However, it is generally accepted that maintaining six feet of physical distance from non-household members in these public indoor spaces is not guaranteed. In these instances, the wearing of a face covering is required and vital to prevent/slow the spread of COVID-19.
Please note, businesses have the right to require and enforce the wearing of face-coverings upon entry and while remaining in the business, regardless of whether the six feet of physical distancing can be maintained.
No, as long as you can maintain six feet of physical distance from non-household members. If you are unable to maintain six feet of physical distance from a non-household member, then you are required to wear a face covering.
Obtain a note from a doctor confirming the need to be excluded from the face-covering mandate.
Please note, the medical exemption does not apply to the requirement of maintaining six feet of physical distancing from non-household members when in public settings. In other words, even if you have a medical exemption from wearing a face covering, you are still required to maintain the six feet of physical distance.
There are currently no City of Moscow mandates regarding the number of people that can gather. We encourage everyone to follow Governor Little’s Rebound Idaho Stage 4 Guidelines and Protocols.