By Sharon Aron Baron
The City of Coral Springs will require facial coverings to be worn inside all city facilities effective Monday, December 27.
The Omicron variant is different from any other COVID variant, and while illness is reportedly less severe, it is highly contagious with rapid community spread.
In a statement from the city, they said their first priority is to ensure the continuity of operations to best serve residents, and that facial coverings protect their workforce so there are no interruptions to vital city services.
Broward County has also issued a notice that residents will now be required to wear facial coverings when indoors regardless of vaccination status at government buildings.
For vaccine and testing information, including holiday hours, visit www.coralsprings.org/covid19.
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