Collected Item: “Apache County (AZ) Library COVID-19 Guidelines after March 22, 2021”
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Apache County (AZ) Library COVID-19 Guidelines after March 22, 2021
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This copyright-free image of a public-facing government webpage displays the COVID-19 protocols in place at Apache County (AZ) library locations after Governor Doug Ducey ordered local governments to phase out public health mandates on March 22, 2021. Unlike urban areas within the state, rural Apache County in northeastern Arizona no longer required mask use inside private or government (public) buildings and facilities.
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rural, Arizona, Rural Arizona, Apache County, United States, mask, library, state government, local government, mandate, protocol, public health, reopen, restriction
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Apache County government
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