Bremen council members asking town employees to wear masks
By: C.A. Printup
Posted: Jul 14, 2020 6:53 PM EDT
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BREMEN, Ind. – Bremen council members are asking all town employees to wear masks.
Despite Indiana not having a mandatory mask order like Michigan, Bremen officials are suggesting all employees wear masks while performing business in town. However, they are not requiring them.
Bremen officials say more people are testing positive in the area and the virus is spreading in the community.