On July 30, 2021, Chief Judge Corrigan entered a revised administrative order governing access to a United States courthouse within the Middle District of Florida due to COVID-19. Every person age four or over seeking to enter a courthouse, including employees and regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask that covers the person’s mouth, nose, and chin while: (1) in any public or common area of a courthouse, including elevators, hallways, lobbies, conference rooms, courtrooms, enclosed parking spaces, and bathrooms; and (2) in any secure or employee-designated spaces of a courthouse building, including elevators, hallways, lobbies, conference rooms, courtrooms, enclosed parking spaces, bathrooms, and any other space where two or more employees congregate.
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