On Monday Night, October 19th, The City of North Myrtle Beach voted to extend its Face Mask Mandate emergency order which requires locals and tourists to wear a face mask in public indoor facilities.
Today, NMB Public Information Officer Pat Dowling reached out to us with the following:
North Myrtle Beach’s face-coverings ordinance is not tied to the availability of a vaccine.
It is tied to the City’s COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency, which expires December 4th.
If City Council chooses to, its members can rescind the Face-Coverings Ordinance earlier than December 4, 2020 by way of a Resolution. Thanks!
Face masks are no longer required to be worn in the unincorporated sections of Horry County as of November 1st.
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