Greenville, Spartanburg city councils approve mask ordinance extensions

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Greenville and Spartanburg city councilmembers both decided to extend their mask mandates.

Spartanburg City Council passed the mask ordinance extension at Monday evening’s meeting.

The ordinance goes into effect Tuesday and will extend the mandate for 60 days.

Some Spartanburg residents 7 News talked to said they’re tired of wearing a mask in these establishments. Others said they understand the need.

“Honestly for me personally, it doesn’t matter because I’ve gotten use to wearing the mask for so much,” said Wofford Student, Taylor Lawson.

“If that’s what they think is essential, I think that I’m going to go with it either way just to keep everyone safe,” said Spartanburg Resident, Marley Stanley.

Greenville City Council also unanimously approved a 60-day extension of their mask mandate during their meeting Monday.

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