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Executive Rule 7(6) requires face coverings in shared spaces, including during in-person meetings and in restrooms and hallways. When is a space considered a "shared space"?

A space is “shared” when the space meets all the following criteria:

1. It is accessible to or utilized by multiple individuals at the same time.

2. 6 feet of distancing cannot be maintained between individuals within the space.

3. The space lacks physical barriers separating individuals from contact with each other during their presence in the space.

In-person meetings, restrooms and hallways are considered shared spaces requiring face coverings to be worn.