Anchorage mandates: Customers must wear masks


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As Anchorage opens up for limited business on Monday, Mayor Ethan Berkowitz says that all employees and customers must wear masks inside stores.

Berkowitz said the Municipality worked with local businesses and public health experts to develop safety measures against the coronavirus known as COVID-19 for the following sectors of “nonessential” businesses:

• Food – restaurants that provide table service

• Retail – general retail stores, such as clothing, sporting goods, books, greenhouses, gifts, etc.

• Personal care services – beauty, barber and hair salons; cosmological services, tattoo shops, body piercing, etc.

• Non-critical businesses that interact with the public – service-focused businesses that include a retail-style storefront such as bait shacks, carpet stores, etc.

• Non-critical professional services that do not interact with the public – such as law offices, architectural, engineering and environmental agencies, consulting services, etc.