Face coverings are required among people ages two and older when in any enclosed space open to the public where other people, except for members of the person’s own household or living unit, are present.
Face coverings are also required while driving or riding in any form of public transportation.
See full order for certain situations where a face covering may be removed.
What is an enclosed, public space?
A space is enclosed if it has a roof and more than two substantial walls. A substantial wall is a wall with no opening or with an opening that either does not allow air in from the outside or is less than 25 percent of the wall's surface area.
A space is public if a member of the public can enter it or if it is subject to ADA laws. Examples:
An event at a venue may be a private event, but because the venue is a public space subject to ADA laws, it is considered a public space.
A workspace may be closed to the public but because it is still subject to ADA laws, it is considered a public space. People working there must wear masks in congregate spaces but may remove masks in private offices with a door if they are alone.
I think a business is operating unlawfully. What can I do?