- No business may operate, allow a customer to enter or conduct business with a customer unless the customer is wearing a face covering.
- No individual may enter a business — whether it’s operating indoors or outdoors — without first donning a face covering, unless the person is exempted under the state order.
Is that covered by the second bullet point? The business operators/employees cannot enter their own businesses without donning a face covering?
I can think of a few possible businesses where the operator might enter their own place of business, which is not the same location as their home, but have no direct contact with customers or other employees. Those would be exceptions, though.