- July 29, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Mayor Joe Hogsett said Wednesday, based on current data from Marion County, he does not see a need for any changes to mask guidelines in Indianapolis.
Business owners hope it stays that way.
Jeff Huron, general manger of The District Tap tavern, said staff has greatly benefited from the boost in business which seemed to come right after the removal of signs asking customers to wear masks. He said enforcing a mask mandate would not be easy to enforce again.
“I hate to see us go backward just in general. I think we kind of got use to having more freedom and back to a more normal lifestyle and enforcement was not easy the first time,” Huron said.
The Democrat mayor said businesses don’t need to worry just yet despite the U.S. Center for Disease Control’s latest recommendation that even vaccinated people should cover their faces indoors. “But, that’s not a mandate and we have not…