Bismarge, North Dakota (KFYR)-The era of “personal responsibility” is over.
RN.D. Governor Doug Burgum. The state’s new requirements were announced in the hope of slowing the spread of COVID 19.
This measure requires facial coverings to be worn in indoor business and indoor public places and outdoor public places where physical evacuation is not possible. The capacity limit for all bars, restaurants and catering services is 50%, and the limit for all event venues is 25%. This measure It will be effective from midnight on Saturday to December 1
Unlike masks and business plans that spread across North Dakota’s cities and counties, these requirements do bring fines.
Those who do not comply will be subject to violations; the same fine as the original order to close many businesses when the emergency began last spring.
This is another way of saying the governor’s office.
Like many other Republican governors, Bourgham often speaks in favor of wearing masks, but has always opposed wearing masks statewide. It is argued that they are difficult to implement and may have the opposite effect of the target impact; that many people will be reluctant to wear a mask if they are forced to wear a mask.
“Our doctors and nurses who work bravely on the front lines need our help, and now they need it. From the beginning, we have adopted a data-oriented approach to the pandemic, with a focus on saving lives and livelihoods. Currently, data Higher levels of mitigation measures are needed to reverse these dangerous trends, slow the spread of the virus and avoid economic shutdowns.” “Our situation has changed, and we must change with it. Tonight, we announced four goals. Measures to reduce the spread of infection in the community to protect our most vulnerable population and ensure the capacity of hospitals.”
Industries not specifically mentioned in the order are required to continue to follow New York State’s smart restart guidelines.
Dr. Joshua Wayne, North Dakota’s chief health strategist and dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of North Dakota, said: “I fully support and endorse the order signed by Governor Burgum and state health officials today.” Dakota citizens, we need to take immediate action to limit the further spread of the virus and thus prevent our hospital capacity from being threatened. Now let us do these things to move towards the North Dakota pandemic in the right direction through Thanksgiving. “
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