St. Louis, Missouri 2021-12-09 10:26:00 –
NS. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – St. Louis County has removed the mask obligation.
Dr. Faisal Khan, Deputy Director of Public Health in St. Louis County, withdrew Maskman Date on Thursday. Dr. Khan wrote in a notice of withdrawal that the September 27, 2021 face covering order was removed from the county’s website and was “revoked” following a ruling in Coal County.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt has sent a letter to local public health agencies and school districts requesting that some public health orders be suspended.
At the end of last month, a Cole County judge ruled that the local Missouri Health Department could not issue an order and had to lift all orders. And a quarantine order.
“I still strongly recommend that residents and guests in St. Louis County wear masks indoors in public spaces,” Dr. Khan wrote. “Masks save lives.”
Dr. Khan recommended a Maskman date to the St. Louis County Council on November 30th. The council did not approve one in the last two meetings.
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