Outagamie County exec: 'No mask, no entry'

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APPLETON – Beginning July 13, Outagamie County will initiate a policy of protective face covering at its administrative facilities.

Workers and volunteers will be required to wear face masks at county facilities, on county grounds, or other places where services are delivered (e.g., home visits), both indoors and out.

Staff in solo workspaces, or in outdoor spaces where workers are separated by at least six feet, or a physical barrier, will be exempted.

Anyone moving through a public area of an Outagamie County facility, must wear a face covering. County Executive Tom Nelson emphasized the importance of caution. “Circumstances warrant increased precaution,” he said. “There may be a false sense of safety in some circles, but the data show otherwise. We’re seeing more positive cases in Wisconsin, not fewer. We owe it to our people and to the public to reduce infection.”

Unmasked visitors will be provided with protective face coverings. Anyone refusing to wear a protective mask will be denied entry

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