Updated Mask Policy List for July 4 Weekend; Please contribute

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I’ve included an updated list of current mask policies/ordinances. If you have information about your county or local policies, please comment below with a link to information verifying your comment, please and thank you!

— Updated July 3, 2020 —

Sanibel7/3Face masks required at any public building, government facility, library, or restaurantCity
Apalachicola7/2Masks must be worn inside establishments within city limitsCity
Lakeland7/2Face masks required in certain public indoor locations when not maintaining social distancingCity
Fort Myers Beach7/1Face masks required at indoor businesses, but not at parks or outdoorsCity
Seminole7/1Order that goes into effect on July 1 requires those living, working and visiting the county to wear a face covering at all businesses, places of assembly and places open to the publicCounty
Hialeah6/30Reported requirementsCity
Holmes Beach6/30Reported requirementsCity
Duval6/29Face masks required in all public and indoor spacesCounty
Jacksonville6/29Face masks required in all public and indoor spacesCity
Sarasota6/29Face masks required whenever individuals are indoors, as well as when outdoors where social distancing is not possibleCity
Milton6/28Face masks required for employees and customers of businessesCity
Anna Maria6/27Face coverings required indoors except in individuals homesCity
Gulf Breeze6/27Face masks required for all customers and employees of businessesCity
Indian River6/26Face masks required for employees of businesses open to the public. Order also applies to anyone visiting facilities where social distancing is not possibleCounty
Miami Springs6/26Face masks required at all open establishments, centers and meeting places within the city, including parking lotsCity
Pensacola6/26Face masks required for anyone inside a business within city limitsCity
St. Augustine6/26Face masks required at indoor locations, besides homes, when unable to maintain social distanceCity
Leon6/25County order requires individuals inside businesses to wear a face covering while inside buildingsCounty
Manatee6/24Face masks “recommended” – Voted down mask requirementsCounty
Pinellas6/24All people will be required to wear face coverings while in any indoor establishmentCounty
Charlotte6/23Voted down County mandate requiring masksCounty
Collier6/23Voted down County mandate requiring masksCounty
Palm Beach6/23Order requires all residents and visitors to wear facial coverings in buildings where the public is welcomeCounty
Pasco6/23Executive order requiring masks while indoors at all public businessesCounty
Hillsborough6/22Face masks mandatory in all businessesCounty
Miami6/22“Mask in public” rule within the cityCity
Orange County6/20People in public not eating or drinking must wear masksCounty
Martin6/19Required for eployees of restaurants, grocery stores and food serivce establishments. Martin County’s EO only requires face coverings for workers interacting with the public and strongly recommends them for the public.County
St. Petersburg6/19Employees in all businesses reuired to wear masks. 22-Jun Mayor issued EO mandating residents wear face covering in all public spaces and spaces where people are face-to-face.City
Tampa6/19Mandatory mask at all indoor locations where 6 foot social distancing can not be maintainedCity
Daytona Beach6/18Face masks required in all city buildingsCity
Monroe County6/17Owner, manager, employee, customer or patron of a business establishment must wear a face covering while in that business establishmentCounty

8 thoughts on “Updated Mask Policy List for July 4 Weekend; Please contribute

  1. Very difficult to read the updated mask policy in this format…(text in a vertical column, oh my)

  2. New Smyrna Beach – July 1 – City Commission voted 3-2 to adopt Resolution No. 23-20 mandating the wearing of face coverings in public. Of note, the resolution will not be enforced by police nor carry any penalties for non-compliance. The resolution takes effect immediately and shall automatically expire upon termination of the city’s emergency declaration, adopted on Mar. 17, 2020. – City – *Volusia County has jurisdiction over the beach and has not adopted a mandatory mask requirement.

  3. DeLand – July 2 – The City Commission voted to require residents and visitors wear masks in public effective immediately. Those in violation of the ordinance could be subject to a fine through a civil citation. A first offense would be punishable by a $25, $50 for a second offense and $100 for every offense thereafter. – City

  4. Daytona Beach – June 28 – On June 26, city commissioners adopted a resolution requiring people working, living, visiting or doing business in the City of Daytona Beach to wear a face covering in any indoor location, other than a home or residence, when social distancing is not possible in an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The face covering requirement is effective as of 12:01 a.m. Sunday, June 28, and will remain in effect so long as the Local State of Emergency remains in effect. – City

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