Masks required to enter Salt Lake County Govt. Center
SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson will require masks for anybody entering the Salt Lake County Government Center near 2000 South State Street in Salt Lake City.
In a letter sent to employees Monday, Mayor Wilson said this is an extension of a decision made last week that required employees at Salt Lake County government facilities to wear a mask.
Today’s announcement extends that requirement to anybody entering the building.
It’s not a step Mayor Wilson takes lightly, she said. Rather it is about keeping employees and the community safe.
This story is developing and will be updated.
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