COLUMBUS – Mayor Ginther has issued a executive order that will make wearing a mask in public mandatory beginning tomorrow in Columbus.
The mayor said that he will be rolling out rules soon. We will update them here, but may reflect what Dayton Mayor has already issued.
— Mayor Andrew Ginther (@MayorGinther) July 1, 2020
The new law in Dayton requires face coverings to be worn in enclosed areas with others. This includes grocery stores, retail stores, pharmacies, health care facilities, libraries, bars, restaurants and public transportation. Religious facilities mask are not required but recommended.
According to the new ordinance, you do not have to wear a mask outside as long as 6 feet distance can be maintained.