Town of Palm Beach hotels impose tighter mask rules

M.M. Cloutier

Employees and guests at The Chesterfield are required to wear masks in indoor spaces regardless of COVID vaccination status.

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In reaction to the surge of COVID-19 situations gripping the condition and county, island lodges have reevaluated their coronavirus-connected wellness and security insurance policies as portion of their ongoing attempts to remain abreast of pandemic developments.

As a outcome, some have tweaked their tactic to facial coverings, specifically because the Facilities for Condition Manage and Avoidance now recommends that even vaccinated persons wear masks indoors in areas of high COVID transmission rates.

Last week, The White Elephant, for instance, tightened its mask guidelines, which now call for all workers, irrespective of vaccination position, to use facial coverings, according to taking care of director Bernard Duerrmeier.