City of West Columbia extends mask ordinance through end of April

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– The City of West Columbia has extended its mask ordinance. City Council agreed to make it last another 61 days, until May 1. Masks will continue to be required in all food and retail establishments within city limits.

The city said places where masks are required include, but are not limited to the following establishments:

  1. grocery stores;
  2. pharmacies;
  3. commercial stores engaged in the retail sale of goods or services to the public including
    1. sporting goods stores;
    2. furniture and home-furnishings stores;
    3. clothing, shoe, and clothing-accessory stores;
    4. jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores;
    5. department stores;
    6. hardware and home-improvement stores;
    7. book, craft, and music stores;
    8. florists and flower stores;
    9. bars and taverns;
    10. all other stores that sell supplies for household consumption or use;
  4. alcoholic beverage stores; and
  5. laundromats.

Someone caught not wearing a mask could face a fine of $25.

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