PLANO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Plano City Council is set to vote at an emergency meeting Tuesday on a proposed mask ordinance.

It is very similar to the executive order requiring masks that McKinney announced Monday afternoon.

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It’s not clear when Plano’s ordinance would begin if passed.

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Under the proposed ordinance, businesses that provide goods and services directly to the public would have to develop and implement a “Health and Safety Policy” that would require face coverings and social distancing.

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Here is a look at Plano’s proposed ordinance