R.I. extends proof of vaccination, masking mandate until Feb. 14

RHODE ISLAND'S MANDATE requiring proof of vaccination or indoor masking will remain in effect through Feb. 14, according to a new executive order signed by Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Jan. 18. / AP FILE PHOTO/DAVID J. PHILLIP
RHODE ISLAND'S MANDATE requiring proof of vaccination or indoor masking will remain in effect through Feb. 14, according to a new executive order signed by Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Jan. 18. / AP FILE PHOTO/DAVID J. PHILLIP
PROVIDENCE – A 30-day mandate for indoor masking or proof of vaccination at venues throughout Rhode Island will continue for another month, according to a new executive order signed this week. Gov. Daniel J. McKee extended the mandate, which he originally put in place through an executive order signed in mid-December, to now last through…

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