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LAKE COUNTY, CA (June 2, 2020) – On May 5, 2020, the Lake County Board of Supervisors
adopted Urgency Ordinance No. 3091, requiring the use of face coverings by all persons in
county facilities, when six-foot social distancing and/or use of protective shielding was not
possible.
At the time, there was no general requirement of face coverings in Lake County businesses, so
this was an additional protective measure put in place for County-owned facilities, particularly in
light of the fact the County Courthouse building in Lakeport is prone to a high volume of foot
traffic (typically 350-400 unique visitors per week).

 

 

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