Orders

Plymouth Orders Face Masks In Public Buildings

PLYMOUTH, MA — The Plymouth Board of Health became the latest South Shore community to issue an order to the public to wear face masks in public buildings and common areas of residences on Wednesday. The Plymouth order, which did not specify fines for non-compliance or language endorsing businesses refusing service to patrons not wearing masks, does include a $300 fine for for improper disposal of gloves, face masks and other personal protective equipment.

Weymouth and Hingham enacted orders this week “strongly advising” the use of face masks in those towns in cases where a social distance of 6 feet or more cannot be safely maintained.

The Plymouth order said the public must wear a mask covering the mouth and nose in any essential building, including, but not limited to, grocery stores, farm stand stores, pharmacies, home improvement stores, banks, ice cream manufacturers/dairies, government agencies, liquor/beer/wine stores, convenience stores, and

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