Pasco County Issues Amendment to the County’s Face Covering Executive Order

July 2. 2020

By: PASCO PRESS RELEASE

PASCO COUNTY, Fla. – Pasco County has issued an amendment to the county’s face coverings executive order, adding an exemption for children attending formal daycare or childcare programs. Those facilities must have a health and safety plan in place consistent with the county’s executive order requiring everyone in Pasco County to use face coverings while indoors at a public business or county government facility.

The number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Pasco, and along with the Florida Department of Health in Pasco County, we’re asking you to do your part to help protect our community.

Please watch and share this important VIDEO about why wearing a face covering, washing your hands often, and practicing social distancing is so important.

Free face coverings are available at several locations throughout Pasco County. To see the full list, visit our Coronavirus Information webpage.

Click here for a face coverings sign to display in your business: bit.ly/FaceMaskSign

For answers to common questions about Pasco’s Executive Order, please read our Frequently Asked Questions at MyPasco.net or call Pasco County Customer Service at 727.847.2411

Previously released information about Pasco’s Executive Order is available here: bit.ly/2NqgTT

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