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1/7/2020, · Face masks are now mandatory in all public spaces in Pennsylvania, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday. The new order, signed by Secretary of Health Rachel Levine, mandates that masks must be worn in public whenever anyone leaves home and can’t maintain a proper social distance from others. Wolf said the expanded order is essential in combating a ...
17/6/2020, · One response to Local Dept. of Memes on ,Mask Policy in PA, – One Week This, Next Week That. Tom Wolf Goes Full Karen on ,Mask Policy, - Coal Region Canary June 18th, 2020 at 3:27 pm . Local Dept. of Memes on ,Mask Policy in PA, – One Week This, Next Week That […]
On July 1, 2020, the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health announced an Order Requiring Universal Face Coverings. The order, signed under Secretary Levine's authority under the Disease Prevention and Control Act, outlines the situations when a mask must be worn and includes limited exceptions to the face-covering requirement.
19/5/2020, · In fact, there is no law to wear a mask in Pennsylvania. Laws are created by two legislative bodies – the House of Representatives and the Senate, who together form the General Assembly. As a member of the Pennsylvania Senate, no mask bill has crossed my desk.