Miami-Dade County Again Requires Employees and Visitors to Wear Masks
On Wednesday, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced that, following the newest CDC guidance, Miami-Dade County is requiring masks to be worn by employees and visitors inside all County facilities — vaccinated or not — and residents are strongly advised to wear masks in large crowds and enclosed spaces. The Town of Bay Harbor Islands is following suit.
Effective immediately, employees of the Town, vaccinated or not, are required to wear masks covering their nose and mouth while inside any Town of Bay Harbor Islands facility, except while eating or drinking. Visitors entering our facilities are strongly encouraged to wear masks, as well. We also ask that you do not enter any Town building if you have been exposed to the virus or feel sick.
The Delta variant is extremely dangerous to our vulnerable population, persons with weakened immune systems and children under the age of 12, not to mention the unvaccinated. Safety is THE priority.
For more information on Miami-Dade County's efforts to fight COVID-19 and what you can do to keep yourself and the people around you safe, go to https://www.miamidade.gov/global/initiatives/coronavirus/home.page.