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Members of Minot's City Council voted to continue mask requirements within city buildings with a few exceptions.
In an unanimous decision, council members decided to continue to require the public to wear masks within city facilities unless a physical barrier is present.
Examples of a physical barrier include a glass plane or full length partition.
This will be effective within City Hall and Public Works. The Fire Station, Police Department, and the Minot Public Library all continue to require masks for all visitors.
The Minot International Airport and City buses will still require face coverings to comply with a federal executive order.
The public will still be required to don face coverings at public meetings, but will be permitted to remove the masks if speaking and remaining six feet from any other person.
Other exemptions include:
Council also reaffirmed a city employee mask requirement. Monday night's actions come just days after the citywide mandate was lifted.