Greenville Masked Ordinance Extended For 60 Days

On Tuesday, the City of Greenville has made an announcement that the citywide mask ordinance is extended for another 60 days.

Back in June, the Greenville City Council passed the emergency ordinance requiring customers to wear masks while inside grocery stores and pharmacies.

The ordinance that took effect June 23 at noon also requires that employees wear masks in the following businesses: restaurants, retail shops, barbershops and salons within City limits.

Medical professionals have attributed the ordinance to a reduction in new cases of COVID-19 in the community.

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