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The provision of masks to on-campus and off-campus students will be handled through the following locations students will need to show their ID to receive their masks and are asked to practice social distancing when approaching one of the distribution sites: Wearing a mask or face covering is required when going out into public for essential Now that more counties in the southeast corner of the state are set to relax coronavirus restrictions more people are expected to start getting back on public transit But starting June 8 riders will be required to wear a mask or face covering In a release Chief Press Officer Andrew Busch noted

Coronavirus Update 5 Updated advice for taxi and private

Coronavirus – Update 5 Updated advice for taxi and private hire licensees This Notice provides updated advice and guidance for taxi and private hire vehicle (PHV) licensees following recent Government announcements and the publication of updated guidance by the Department for Transport This Notice also provides detailed guidance relating to taxi and private hire services from the London

UPDATE (May 1 2020): Gov Charlie Baker has signed an order requiring Massachusetts residents to wear masks or face coverings when in public and unable to maintain social distancing The order goes into effect May 6 Municipalities across Massachusetts are beginning to issue fines for people who aren't wearing masks or face coverings in public amid the coronavirus crisis

Face coverings at all retail stores In response to reports of overcrowding at grocery stores Murphy on Wednesday said customers and employees alike must now wear masks or other face coverings at all retail businesses that remain open during the coronavirus pandemic

The provision of masks to on-campus and off-campus students will be handled through the following locations students will need to show their ID to receive their masks and are asked to practice social distancing when approaching one of the distribution sites: Wearing a mask or face covering is required when going out into public for essential

Coronavirus is now spreading in the Australian community But does that mean you need to wear a face mask? If you're well and are not caring for a person with COVID-19 the answer is probably no While protecting yourself from coronavirus is key to helping slow its spread face masks are not recommended for healthy members of the general public

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The White House is recommending that all nursing home residents and staff be tested for the new coronavirus in the next two weeks Dr Deborah Birx coordinator of the White House coronavirus task force told governors to focus over the next two weeks on testing all 1 million residents of nursing homes and other senior care facilities with vigilant monitoring going forward

25 04 2020Westport Coronavirus Update: Masks Required At Transfer Station Alfred Branch Patch • April 25 2020 WESTPORT CT — Residents dropping off their garbage at the Westport Transfer Station on the Sherwood Island Connector will be required to wear a mask or face covering beginning Saturday April 25 as a precaution against the new coronavirus (COVID-19) First Selectman Jim

ians will be required to wear face masks in some public places starting Friday ians will now have to wear a face covering in some public settings Gov Ralph Northam announced Tuesday Starting Friday everyone age 10 and older will be required to wear face coverings in certain public places This includes all brick and mortar retail establishments all personal care and grooming

More: ians will be required to wear face masks in some public places: Tuesday state briefing What else you need to know Gov Ralph Northam will update ians on the COVID-19 response plan at 2 p m Thursday The News Leader will cover the briefing and the update will be available live on the governor's Facebook page The governor

Face coverings required for public transport and hospitals in England The new rule applies only to England where face coverings are now a condition of travel on buses trains ferries and planes Visitors and outpatients in hospitals will also be required to wear face coverings Certain groups are exempt This includes children under 11 and