Tulsa City Council to vote on extending mask ordinance until April

VIDEO: Tulsa City Council to discuss extension on mask requirements

TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa City Councilors are set to discuss and vote to extend the city mask requirement until April at Wednesday night’s council meeting.

Tulsa’s current mask ordinance requires those over the age of 10 to wear a mask in public where social distancing isn’t possible.

Right now, the current ordinance expires at the end of January. If councilors approve the measure, the ordinance would extend another 90 days, expiring on April 30.

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If approved, this will be the second extension that council approved since the ordinance went into effect in July.

City leaders say this is all in a effort to slow the spread of coronavirus and keep people safe.