Clemson business owners ‘strongly against’ enforcing mask mandate

By Greg Oliver
Courtesy The Journal

CLEMSON — While Clemson City Council recently passed an emergency ordinance requiring masks in essential locations open to the public, local business owners are strongly against it going any further.

The mandate covers grocery stores, pharmacies, all medical and dental facilities, all city-owned and or city-occupied buildings, as well as buildings leased by or let out by the city, CATbus, Senior Solutions and all other publicly funded transport, taxis and ride-shares with passengers under 12 years old or people medically unable to

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