Here's where you have to wear a mask in Central Florida

Mask mandates are becoming more popular among Central Florida cities and counties. Although some have jumped on the face-covering bandwagon, others have been slow to catch up.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has said he will not issue a statewide mask mandate, saying it would not work.

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Brevard County: Leaders considered a mask mandate at Tuesday's commission meeting, but struck the measure down. A countywide mask mandate will not happen at the moment.

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Flagler County: No word yet.

Lake County: No Word yet.

Osceola County: Already has mask mandate countywide. It was put in place back on April 13.

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Orange County: Mayor Orange County Jerry Demings issued the countywide mask mandate earlier this month.

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Seminole County: County leaders have issued an executive order that would require masks in public places, effective on Wednesday, July 1.

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Volusia County: The City of Daytona Beach instituted a mask mandate over the weekend. The county has not yet announced a countywide mandate.

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Alachua County: Officials reinstated a countywide mask mandate in May.

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Marion County: No word yet.