FSJ Medical Clinic makes wearing of face masks mandatory

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Medical Clinic has issued a notice requiring all patients and visitors to wear a face mask at all times, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

In a Facebook post, on Thursday, the Clinic listed acceptable forms of face masks which include any face covering that covers your nose, mouth and chin; without gapping.

Most masks that are acceptable for use are typically ones that can be purchased from a store or made from homemade material.

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All patients and visitors are being asked to provide their own mask when coming into the Clinic.

The Clinic says exceptions will be made for those who are exempt from wearing a mask, such as for children under the age of two or individuals with a medical condition that makes it difficult to wear a mask.
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