Face Masks in Enclosed Spaces

Please note the following from the TBDHU website:


“Enclosed public space” means indoor public spaces of businesses and organizations that are accessed by the public.  For example, restaurants, retail establishments, churches, libraries, sports facilities, gyms, common areas and waiting rooms, public transportation and personal service settings are all “enclosed public spaces”.  Schools, child care centres, day camps, and other indoor spaces not accessible to the public are not considered an enclosed public space.

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