Charleston County Requiring Masks July 1

The Post and Courier released this story Thursday evening, June 25, 2020:

Charleston’s city council voted Thursday night to require people to wear masks in public places beginning just after midnight on Wednesday, July 1.

People will be required to don masks in public indoor spaces like grocery stores or restaurants, as well as while interacting with people outdoors and on public or commercial transportation. They will also have to wear them while walking anywhere that’s too crowded to keep 6 feet apart.

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