Face coverings (non-medical masks)

Provincial mask mandate in effect

The current provincial restrictions replace Strathcona County’s temporary face covering bylaw until further notice.

Everyone ages two and over is required to wear a mask or in all indoor public settings, except where exemptions apply. Visit the provincial webpage for full details and exemption information.

Proper mask wearing and hygiene helps protect you and others from the spread of COVID-19. Masks must cover your nose, mouth and chin.

Non-medical mask

The provincial government has mandated wearing non-medical masks or face coverings in indoor public areas to help prevent the spread along with practicing good hygiene, maintaining physical distancing, getting tested and monitoring for symptoms. 

Proper masking is important in protecting yourself and others against the spread of COVID-19. Make sure your mask covers your nose, mouth and chin and that everyone ages two and over is wearing a mask in all indoor public places, including Strathcona County facilities.

Educating our community and supports for business

We are all in this together. We encourage our community leaders to work together to educate and encourage each other to wear face coverings, to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission and to prevent a spike in infection rates.  

Poster series - updated!

A downloadable poster series for the community and businesses is available.

Face covering required - 11x17 poster (188.8 KB)

Face coverings required - Letter size poster (119.4 KB)

Posters: Posters: community kindness messaging (2.1 MB)  (several designs available within)

You are welcome to display messaging in public entryways of the business or vehicle. 

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Last updated: Thursday, March 25, 2021
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