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Face Coverings

Social Distancing

Latest info from the CDC

San Mateo County Health Officers issued an order on April 17, 2020 generally requiring members of the public and workers to wear face coverings. 

The full order can be read here

Like the Physical distancing order, violation of or failure to comply with this Order is a misdemeanor punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both.

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now recommends all citizens voluntarily wear a cloth face mask for essential trips out of the house to the grocery store, doctor, or other public places where the 6-foot social distancing rules may be difficult to maintain. A “Face Covering” means a covering made of cloth, fabric, or other soft or permeable material, without holes, that covers only the nose and mouth and surrounding areas of the lower face.

Wearing a cloth mask is meant to help the people around you, especially if you have been infected with Covid-19 but do not have symptoms yet. Some individuals infected with Covid-19 never show symptoms or do not get very sick, but are still carriers. If used properly, a cloth mask can also help you to protect yourself byy creating a barrier for you to keep from accidentally touching your face while outside the home.

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) & How Tos about Face-Coverings!

What is a cloth face covering?
How well do cloth face coverings work to prevent spread of COVID-19?
When should I wear a face cover?
Do I need to wear a face cover while walking & biking?
Who should not wear a face covering?
Some Basic Mask Rules
Make Your own!
How should I care for a cloth face covering?

Social  Distancing & Shelter in Place

“We need to make every possible effort to avoid contact with each other” For more information on disease prevention, click here.


Latest Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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