On Tuesday, the Deltona City Commission approved a resolution (No. 2020-47) emphasizing the importance of wearing face coverings in all indoor locations, and at outdoor locations where social distancing is not possible throughout the City of of Deltona in order to minimize the spread of COVID-19, (effective July 7).
There are exceptions to the resolution:
• Children under 2-years-old.
• People observing social distancing in accordance with CDC guidelines.
• People who have existing health conditions that would be impaired by wearing a face covering.
• People working in a business or profession who don’t interact with others.
• People who work in a business or profession who maintain social distance from others.
• People who work in a business or profession where a face covering would prevent them from performing the duties of their job.
• People who are exercising while maintaining social distancing.
• People who are eating and drinking.
• Public safety personnel, as their personal protective equipment are governed by their respective agencies.
• Those who need to communicate with someone who is hearing-impaired.
Read the resolution here.
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