Eight U.S. states still don’t have explicit rules for wearing masks

As the United States continues to struggle with the new coronavirus pandemic, some states have begun lifting restrictions on public gatherings, services and businesses,media reported. Most states still have guidelines that require citizens to wear protective masks to slow the spread of the disease. However, a few states do not take such measures, where people do not need to wear masks.

Eight U.S. states still don't have explicit rules for wearing masks

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While these places may give advice on wearing masks, they do not have any official rules. The list is as follows:

Montana

Wyoming

Wisconsin

South Dakota

Nevada

Idaho

Iowa

South carolina

In fact, the medical and scientific community has proved that masks do play a role in protecting against new coronaviruses. It protects mask wearers from the risk of contracting the new coronavirus, but also blocks the transmission of the virus to those who have already been infected with the new coronavirus. Wearing a mask in public places or even at home can help slow the spread of the new coronavirus and ensure that health services are not overwhelmed and have to face a flood of patients at the same time.

Eight U.S. states still don't have explicit rules for wearing masks