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Police officers in the southern city of Sioux are visiting businesses this week to urge business workers and guests to wear face masks to stem the spread of a novel coronavirus.
Police officials in the southern city of Sioux are visiting businesses this week and are urging business workers and guests to wear face masks to contain the spread of a novel coronavirus. The action comes in response to a report of an outbreak of the virus at a restaurant in the city of Sioux.
Councillors have taken no action but delayed seeking further input and action until after a meeting of the city's public health and safety committee on Tuesday. Council members do not act and delay the meeting. More contributions, council members delay the meeting.
Mayor Rod Koch said the council had rejected a vote on a measure to award the masks and instead voted for a resolution to recommend the use. Mayor Rod Koch said the city's public health and safety committee voted against the measure, while the council ultimately voted against the measure and instead voted for the resolution recommending the mask. The City of South Sioux City, South Dakota, declined to vote on the measures to require the masked men on Tuesday, August 8, 2015, the day after the first public meeting of the new City Council, by 4: 2.
Koch said police made the visit because they knew the company knew about the mask - and she wore a recommendation. Koch said police had been at the site since early July, although they were known to the companies for their tips on wearing the masks. He said they had been visited after the first public meeting on Tuesday, August 8, 2015, the day before the new council meeting.
Koch had previously told the Journal she had watched a video of a discussion in Sioux City in which the city council strongly recommended that people wear the masks. Koch had previously told the Journal she had watched a film about the discussion in Sioux City, where a mask was strongly recommended. Koch had previously told her that she had been observed by the city council in a public meeting.
K. said that a large number of people had worn the masks and she hoped that more would now do so. Koch said a "large number" of people had worn the mask, but she hoped even fewer and that even fewer than a dozen people in the South Dakota city of Sioux City had worn the mask, according to analysis of local media reports and interviews with local law enforcement and business owners. A "large number," or "some" people, wear a mask, and Koch says a larger number, or some of them, have worn it.
He said there were no reports of workers in the restaurant not wearing the mask, adding that staff had dressed them responsibly every time he had been to a restaurant. He said that there are no reports of employees not wearing them, and said that he has no reports of workers without masks working in any of the restaurants, adding that every time I have been in a restaurant, all our employees responsibly wear a mask!
Koch said police had not issued cards to masked men because there was no enforcement component in the resolution. Koch said police had not issued masked men's cards because the orders had no enforcement component, and said he was concerned for the safety of his staff and customers at the restaurant.
Governor Pete Ricketts remains reluctant to give a broad statewide mandate because he believes such a requirement would provoke opposition. Gov. PeteRicketts has continued to refuse to issue sweeping statewide mandates because he believes it would provoke opposition from law enforcement and other law enforcement agencies across the state.
County, city, school and health officials say they recognize that there are different views and perspectives from local, state and federal officials on the issue. County, city, school, and health officials said they recognize and recognize that there is a wide range of views on the issue, from different parts of the state to different cities and counties to different levels of education and health care.
The northeastern Nebraska city ultimately decided not to join the growing list of cities and states that require masks in public places. The Northeast Omaha City Council, the city's health department, and the Omaha Police Department took no action and ultimately decided not to join the city and state in expanding the list of concealed-face bans in private homes, schools, hospitals, and other public spaces across the state.