RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC/WFXR) — Gov. Ralph Northam and the Virginia Emergency Support Team provided an update on the Commonwealth’s COVID-19 response at 2 p.m. on Thursday.
Earlier this week, Northam announced that starting Friday, May 29, all Virginians are required to wear face coverings inside public buildings. However, there are some exceptions:
- If you’re eating or drinking
- If you’re exercising
- If you have trouble breathing or are unable to remove the face covering without help
- If you need to communicate with those who are hard of hearing
- If temporarily removing the mask is necessary to secure government or medical services
- If you have a health condition stopping you from wearing a face-covering
You can watch Northam’s coronavirus news conference on WFXR News, here on WFXRtv.com, or on the WFXR News app.
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