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Fewer local businesses are masking up

When Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced the end of the mask mandate, many businesses struggled to decide what their facemask policy would be going forward.  

However, now that some time has passed since the initial announcement, many Butler County businesses have finally come to a decision on what they will do moving forward. 

Below is a list of Butler County business with information regarding their current and future mask policies: 

Stucky’s Barber and Style: people are currently required to wear a mask when sitting inside however they may remove it when getting their haircut. These policies will remain after the end of the mandate. 

Marilyn’s Hair Design: people are currently required to wear a mask and get their temperature checked before entering the business. Masks must always wear their mask unless getting a face wax. These policies will remain after the end of the mandate. 

Youngs Fashion and Beauty: people are currently required to wear a mask. This policy will remain after the end of the mandate.

The Grooming Company: people are not required to wear masks. This policy will remain for the foreseeable future. 

Subway: people are not required to wear a mask and can dine inside the establishment. These policies will remain for the foreseeable future. 

Johnsons Furniture: people are not required to wear masks This policy will remain for the foreseeable future.

Lawson Body Shop: people are not required to wear masks. This policy will remain for the foreseeable future.

Community Neighbor Bank: people are not required to wear masks. This policy will remain for the foreseeable future.

Walmart: people are currently required to wear a mask. This policy will remain after the end of the mandate.

Comfort Inn – people are currently required to wear a mask. This policy will likely remain after the end of the mandate. 

Best Western- people are currently required to wear a mask. This policy will likely remain after the end of the mandate.