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The mayor of Iowa City issued an order to extend the city’s face mask mandate

Iowa City, IOWA – According to the city officials, the order applies to all people above the age of 2 in public places, such as stores, restaurants, bars, school buildings, government buildings, churches, and movie theaters.

The city officials also say that people should wear masks outdoors when unable to socially distance at least six feet apart.

Ladies and gentlemen, masks will not be required for people who have limited ability to breathe or on a ventilator, who are incapacitated or unable to remove a mask without help, who have been told by a medical, legal, or behavioral health professional not to wear face coverings, or public safety officers.

Masks will also not be required in private residences or vehicles, when exercising, when in a restaurant while eating or drinking, or other services that would require the removal of a mask.

This story will be updated as new information become available. 

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