CLEMSON, SC (FOX CAROLINA) - The Clemson City Council voted against lifting the mask mandate order in s meeting tonight. 

Councilman John Ducworth motioned to rescind the emergency face mask ordinance and replace it with a resolution encouraging people to follow CDC guidelines. 

He went on to say people have been educated and local businesses, churches, and establishments should make their own mask policy decisions.  

The Council did voted to change the outdoor mask order to match the newest CDC guidance and extend the indoor mask order until May 18. 

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mercenary76

since the masks do not do anything it means that the council did nothing also .

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