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  1. #1121
    Marksman ColdSteel223's Avatar

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    August the 5th is next week, any thoughts? Has anyone ate out at a "sit down" place yet?

    Maybe a drive thru and meet at a park for a gab session?
    You can't tap out on the street. CY6

  2. #1122
    Midnight Rider

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    Maybe pick up pizza and Karst Farm Park? Another park with less likelihood of Karens?

    Weather forecast looks good for a bike ride?

    Call me the ahole, but if we gotta mask up outside, I'm not interested.

    It's depressing enough to go to stores in the county. If I can't see faces, I'll just ride around out here solo until all the skeert is gone or we are all dead.

    I miss you all, but no sloppy wet kisses or hugs...
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    Done, done, and Iím on to the next one...
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    I would think that as long as we "distanced" outside that masks would not be required. Even in Monroe county.
    You can't tap out on the street. CY6

  4. #1124
    Midnight Rider

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    Maybe we need to get the lawyers working on how to interpret this?

    https://www.co.monroe.in.us/egov/doc...2018_83538.pdf


    Monroe County Health Department Health Department Futures Family Planning Clinic Public Health Clinic

    Monroe County, Indiana 119W. 7th Street 119W. 71hStreet 333E.MillerDrive

    (812) 349-2543 (812) 349-7343 (812) 353-3244

    PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER

    PURSUANT TO STATE AND LOCAL LAW, INCLUDING IN DIANA CODEß 16-20-1 et seq.
    In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the recent increase of new cases nationwide with a trend
    towards cases in a younger population, Monroe County's increasing and dynamic population, and to
    ensure that physical distancing and preventive measures vital to the mitigation of the pandemic remain
    in place, I hereby order as follows, effective Wednesday, July 22, 2020 at 12:00 p.m./Noon (unless
    otherwise stated below, as in Paragraphs 7-9):

    1. Unless an exception as stated in Paragraph 2, below, applies, ALL individuals must wear a
    face shield, face covering, or mask (collectively referred to, hereinafter, as "face covering")
    over their nose and mouth when in an indoor place other than their own home or the home
    of an immediate family member, or when outdoors in a situation where adequate physical
    distancing of at least 6 feet is not possible (including outdoor public gatherings). While a
    face shield is made of a harder, plastic-like material, an acceptable face covering or mask
    under this Order means a covering made of cloth, fabric, or other soft or permeable material
    that completely covers the nose and mouth and surrounding areas of the lower face . .

    Persons unable to pay for a face covering should contact the Monroe County Health
    Department, the Office of Emergency Management, or the Office of the Monroe County
    Commissioners and one will be supplied at no cost. This face covering requirement
    generally applies in all situations below, unless specifically and explicitly exempted below.
    2. This requirement does not apply to the following exceptions provided they are factually and
    legitimately applicable to an individual:

    a. Children who are two years of age or younger.

    b. Individuals who are hearing or speaking impaired and for whom a face covering is
    an obstacle to communication.

    c. Individuals who are unable to wear a face covering for a documented physical,
    medical, or health-related reason.

    d. Individuals in a hospital, doctor's office, dentist's office, or other health care facility,
    in circumstances where wearing a face covering would be an impediment to
    receiving proper care, as designated by the healthcare provider.

    e. Individuals who are alone in an indoor space, such as in an office, or in a work-space
    and are physically distanced from all other co-workers. When unable to physically
    distance from others, a face covering is required.

    f. Individuals who are traveling in personal vehicles.

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    g. Individuals for whom wearing a face covering would present a risk to their safety
    while at work, as determined by local, state, or federal workplace safety
    regulations.

    h. Individuals who are incarcerated.

    i. Individuals who are engaged in a form of indoor exercise...
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    Done, done, and Iím on to the next one...
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  5. #1125
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    No meeting in August. Will check in again next month.

    You can't tap out on the street. CY6

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