California County Reinstates Indoor COVID-19 Mask Mandate

Alameda County in California’s Bay Area is now requiring residents to wear face masks in most indoor public settings, citing the rising number of CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus infections and hospitalizations.
The mask mandate came into effect on June 3. The rule is not applicable in K-12 school settings. However, the county still recommended masking. In all other public places involving children and youth, which includes summer school, child care, and youth programs, the mask mandate will be in effect.
The number of COVID-19 cases being reported daily has now “exceeded the peak of last summer’s Delta wave,” the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency said in a June 2 press release….

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