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Where masks are required in South Carolina

Cities, towns and counties are passing emergency ordinances in an attempt to combat rising COVID-19 cases.

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Mike Pascale wears a mask as he shops in Mount Pleasant Towne Centre on Friday, June 26, 2020. Pascale said he would without question support the city of Mount Pleasant passing a mask ordinance. "It would make me feel safer," he said. Many cities, towns and counties across the state have passed emergency ordinances requiring the use of face coverings in public places. Lauren Petracca/Staff

As reported cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, have continued to rise swiftly across South Carolina many municipalities have or are considering ordinances requiring the use of face coverings in public places. 

Nearly 30 municipalities have already passed emergency ordinances. Below you can track where masks in public are being mandated and the potential consequences for not wearing one. 

Andy Shain contributed to this report.

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