EDINA, Minn. (FOX 9) - Edina and Rochester became the latest two Minnesota cities to require face coverings in some indoor places after city council meetings Monday night.
Monday night, the city of Edina added their own face coverings requirement in indoor areas open to the public and outdoors whenever social distancing cannot be maintained.
In Rochester, Minnesota, the Rochester City Council added language to the city’s public health emergency declaration to require people to wear masks while in city buildings, but made sure to not mandate it.
The city of Mankato is scheduled to vote on a similar mask requirement soon. The city of Duluth recently voted against a city-wide mask requirement on June 18.