Tampa, Florida 2021-05-04 11:51:20 –
Pinellas County, Florida — On Tuesday morning, Pinellas County canceled a face-to-face order.
The announcement was made the day after Governor Ron DeSantis signed an executive order to revoke local emergency orders and COVID-19 restrictions.
In a press release, Pinellas County stated that it would take effect immediately, and the following ordinance requirements were revoked.
- The COVID-19 Ordinance requires corporate face covering and specific safety protocols.
- Orders that require safety planning requirements for large events.
As the ordinance was revoked, the county said the county commission meeting on May 11 would no longer include local emergencies and hearings on the ordinance requiring a face cover.
Masks will no longer be mandatory throughout the county, but it should be noted that “Pinellas private companies and organizations may require face coverings and other safety protocols as part of their own business operations.” It is important.
Also, Pinellas County School Unaffected by DeSantis or county revoked orders. That is, the masking and social distance extension protocols are valid until the end of the 2020-2021 academic year.
For more information on COVID-19 in Pinellas County, click here..
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