Culver City Mandates Masks Beginning April 10 ( But Right Now is Good -)

Beginning on Friday, April 10, 2020, workers and customers must wear face coverings (such as a bandana, scarf, or other cloth face covering) over their noses and mouths when working at or visiting grocery stores, restaurants, and all other essential businesses in the City of Culver City.

The City Manager today issued a Public Order requiring these further protections against the spread of COVID-19, following City of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s issuance of the same order on April 7, 2020.

New Face Covering Rules

Employees who work at, customers of, and visitors to the types of essential businesses listed below, must wear face coverings over their noses and mouths.
Employees must wash these face coverings frequently–at least once a day.
Single-use face coverings must be properly discarded into the trash.
The face coverings do not need to be medical-grade masks or N95 respirators (these are needed by healthcare personnel).
The face coverings can be fabric coverings, such as scarves or bandanas.
Other Rules to Protect Worker and Customer Health

Employers must permit their employees to wash their hands at least every 30 minutes.
Employers must provide, at their expense, nonmedical grade face coverings for their employees.
Employers must ensure that their employees have access to clean restrooms stocked with required cleaning products.
Employers must implement social distancing measures for customers, visitors, and employees that provides a six-foot buffer between individuals (to the extent possible).
Businesses may refuse admission or service to anyone who fails to wear a face covering.
Types of Essential Businesses Where the Face Covering Rules Apply

Grocery stores, water retailers, farm and produce stands, supermarkets, convenience stores, warehouse stores, food banks, farmers markets and other establishments engaged in the retail sale of canned food, dry goods, fresh fruits and vegetables, pet food and medication supply, fresh or frozen meats, fish, and poultry, any other household consumer products (such as construction supplies, cleaning and personal care products)
Restaurants and retail food facilities that prepare and offer food to customers via delivery service, to be picked up, or drive-thru
Hardware and building supply stores, day labor centers, and nurseries.
Plumbers, electricians, exterminators, custodial/janitorial workers, handyman services, funeral home workers and morticians, moving services, HVAC installers, carpenters, day laborers, landscapers, gardeners, property managers and leasing agents, private security personnel
Laundromats, dry cleaners, and laundry service providers
Individuals and businesses that ship or deliver groceries, food, beverages or goods directly to residences or businesses
Taxis, ride sharing services, car rental companies, and other private transportation services
Hotels, motels and shared rental units
Organizations and businesses that provide food, social services and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals (including gang prevention and intervention, domestic violence, and homeless services agencies)
How Can I Get More Information?

More details can be found in the full text of the Order online. You may also visit the City’s Coronavirus webpage, email the Coronavirus Hotline or call (310) 253-6890.

This important email update is being sent to all City email subscribers to ensure the community is notified.

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