Governor approves Logan City’s request for mask requirement
LOGAN, Utah — Governor Gary Herbert has approved Logan City’s request to mandate a mask be worn in city limits to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
— Utah Dept. of Health (@UtahDepOfHealth) July 30, 2020
Gov. Herbert will be holding a press conference later this morning at 11:30 on the cusp of his self-proclaimed August 1 deadline where he called on Utahn’s to bring the rolling 7-day average of positive COVID-19 cases below 500.
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