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The City of St. Augustine continues to encourage all residents and visitors to wear face coverings, practice social distancing, and wash their hands; however, in accordance with Governor DeSantis’ Executive Order No. 20-244, issued September 25, 2020, the City of St. Augustine has issued Administrative Order 2020-15, relating to Public Health Emergency 20-51 (COVID) and State of Emergency 20-52.
“We recognize the time has come to proceed with Phase 3 of the reopening strategy throughout the state,” commented City Manager John Regan. “At this stage of the pandemic, businesses and dining establishments can operate confidently knowing that we continue to support and encourage their individual policies regarding masks.”
As it pertains to participating in public meetings and assemblies, the city has adopted Rules of Decorum and other protocols that are enforceable pursuant to law. Based on current CDC guidelines, best practices, and local conditions, the following Health and Safety Protocols will apply to all in-person public meetings and hearings:
Read Administrative Order 2020-15