Beginning Friday, April 24, workers at grocery and drug stores, gas stations and other retail outlets in Orange County will be required to wear face masks when interacting with the public.
The face-covering requirement for Orange County follows a number of cities including Costa Mesa, Irvine, and Santa Ana that already have their own directives intended to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Those cities also either mandate or recommend that customers should wear something to cover their nose and mouth in stores or when interacting with workers.
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