Everyone in the Californian city of Beverly Hills must now wear face coverings whenever they go outside.
The order went into effect late Friday local time, and includes essential workers. Face coverings like a scarf, bandana or cloth are required for all outings, including walks through the neighborhood.
Drivers traveling alone or with members of their household don’t need to wear face coverings unless they lower their windows to interact with anyone who is not a member of their household.
This differs from the Los Angles County mandate announced by Mayor Eric Garcetti on Tuesday, which does not require residents to wear face coverings while alone outside.