OWASSO, Okla. — Owasso City Council passed a resolution Tuesday evening on the use of masks and other protective measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The resolution passed with a 5-0 vote count, according to city officials. It strongly recommends that all Owasso residents wear a mask while in public. It also pledges support to those property owners and businesses who require the use of masks within the city.
This comes as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the City of Owasso.
In addition to masks, the city is also strongly encouraging residents to practice the following safety measures:
- keep six (6) feet of physical distance from others
- avoid touching their faces
- engage in regular handwashing
- avoid group gatherings whenever possible
So far, Tulsa, Jenks and Sapulpa have all passed mask mandates. While Muskogee and Skiatook failed to pass one.
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