The requirement applies to people who are beyond their home at indoor public areas, in outdoor spaces when social distancing can't be preserved, when utilizing public transportation and they are with individuals that outside of their household or family.
What does the Racine face mask regulation require?
Under the ordinance, the City needs individuals to use a face-covering over their mouth and nose. It requires people to use those face coverings in any indoor public space, outdoor public space and six feet within another individual who isn't a member of the person's family or family, or riding on mass transit.
A face covering consists of bandanas, medical masks, fabric masks, headscarfs, and gaiters.
Organisations, organizations, and non-profit entities situated within the City would likewise need to need staff members, consumers, or visitors to wear a face covering.
A number of exemptions are in the regulation. They consist of children 4-years-old and under, people with certain medical conditions, individuals seated at a restaurant or “other establishment that uses food or drink service where they are eating or consuming,” or individuals who would be at danger if they used a face covering at work.
Services deserve to decline entry or service to people who do not abide by the ordinance.
READ MORE: Racine Face mask regulation Free face masks readily available To help promote the brand-new requirement, beginning on Monday the Racine Police Department and Racine Fire Department will have masks on hand for Racine residents to get. Masks will be readily available from 8 to 11 a.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. Monday, July 27 at 5 Racine Community Oriented Policing (COP) Houses.
Throughout the designated times, volunteers will provide neighborhood members and their family with masks. They will be readily available up until supplies last.
Here is a list of COP Houses where the masks will be readily available:
- 1750 Mead Street
- 1522 West Sixth Street
- 1140 Geneva Street
- 1900 16th Street
- 2437 Anthony Lane
The Racine Fire Department will likewise make masks readily available every weekday from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday at each of the City's station house. They are located here:
- 810 8th Street
- 2430 Northwestern Avenue
- 1107 Lombard Avenue
- 3829 Washington Avenue
- 2430 Blaine Avenue
- 2101 16th Street
Other places you can get face masks:
For locals wanting to acquire masks, the City has actually recognized the following services which offer face coverings: Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy, Hometown Pharmacy, Lakeview Pharmacy, Save-A-Lot, Pick ‘n Save, Piggly Wiggly, Dollar General, Dollar Tree, Walmart, Ross Dress for Less, Target, Kohl's, TJ Maxx, Menards, Home Depot, Harbor Freight, Lee's True Value, Kortendick Ace Hardware, and Douglas Hardware & & Rental.
In addition, the Downtown Racine Corporation has actually recognized these regional businesses that offer masks: Northern Light Gallery, Cosmic Corner, Twin Dragon Games, RG Natural Babies, Lornacopia, Dimples Fine Imports, Racine Zoo Store, Uncorkt, Lakeview Pharmacy, Plush, Lighthouse Gallery and Gifts, SheaBrojaes Natural Expressions, and Root City 262.
Finally, Real Racine has actually created an interactive map revealing the location of local companies in Racine County who sell masks and face coverings. CLICK HERE to search that map.
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