Brooklyn Center mayor declares city health emergency after COVID-19 cases rise | KSTP.com

Brooklyn Center mayor declares city health emergency after COVID-19 cases rise

KSTP
Updated: August 10, 2021 08:07 AM
Created: August 10, 2021 07:02 AM

The City of Brooklyn Center is under a new health emergency Tuesday morning after the city council voted in favor of Mayor Mike Elliott's latest declaration.

A mask mandate in Brooklyn Center is now in effect and applies to all public city-owned buildings, including schools. The rule applies to everyone 2 years old and older. 

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