CBS Bay Area-
The City of San Jose will be voting on a face-covering ordinance to slow the spread of COVID-19 that would go beyond the requirements of Santa Clara County. But the city’s police chief and mayor appear to be at odds over its enforcement.
The ordinance would make people wear masks practically anytime they are in public or even outdoors, or risk the possibility of getting a ticket.
“It’s to prevent you from infecting someone else,” said San Jose Vice Mayor Chappie Jones.
Jones said San Jose would be the last big city in the Bay Area to have a face-covering ordinance.