Charleston’s WVNews reports:
Gov. Jim Justice issued several executive orders tightening up on COVID-19 rules. “Beginning at midnight tonight, I will issue a mandatory requirement to wear a face covering indoors in all public buildings at all times. This is not just when social distancing cannot be maintained, this is mandatory wearing your face covering in all buildings, at all times, other than your home,” Justice said.
Children under age 9 won’t be affected, nor will anyone with a “legitimate breathing problem.” If patrons don’t follow the order, Justice told business owners to call the police. And if someone isn’t following the mask mandate, they’re obstructing justice, Justice said. The governor also said an obstruction of justice charge would apply to business owners that are flaunting the rule.
GOV. JIM JUSTICE on Friday announced an expansion of the indoor face covering guidelines, requiring them at all times in public buildings. Read more here: https://t.co/WJWUpvGcYz
— The Exponent Telegram (@ExponentWVNews) November 13, 2020
Per Gov. Jim Justice, if you’re a business or restaurant owner and someone refuses to wear a mask in your building… “call the police.” @WTRF7News
— Steven Ruffing (@StevenWTRF) November 13, 2020