FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Changes are coming to a mask mandate in Broward.
Mayor Michael Udine posted in a tweet that beginning Wednesday, Feb. 9th, masks will no longer be required inside any county building.
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However, the mayor said everyone is strongly encouraged to wear a mask.
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In July 2021, the county mandated masks for all “employees and visitors to Broward County facilities will be required to wear a facial covering when indoors at all County facilities regardless of vaccination status.”
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That mandate covered places like the County Administration Building, public libraries, and any building run by the county.