Decatur offers face masks to residents age 60 and olderChris McCue (l), Mark Haynes and other customers wearing protective masks wait in line to enter Revolution Doughnuts in Decatur May 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Decatur, GA — The city of Decatur is offering masks to residents age 60 and older.
“If you are a Decatur resident age 60 or older and in need of a face mask, please contact Lee Ann Harvey, Lifelong Community Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her [at] 770-652-8593 to arrange delivery of the mask,” the city announced in a blog post. “Please pass this information along to your neighbors, especially those who do not have internet access.”
The Decatur City Commission on July 10 passed an ordinance requiring the use of face coverings during the COVID-19 pandemic. The ordinance applies to the city limits of Decatur and requires the wearing of a face covering or a mask while in a public place.
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