Mask warrant issued within the limits of the Indian community of Salt River Pima-Maricopa


Visitors to the Talking Stick Entertainment District and the Pima Business Corridor will be required to wear a mask, effective immediately.

ARIZONA, United States – The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian community has issued an immediate mask warrant, according to a statement released Friday.

The community east of Scottsdale has announced that all visitors to the Talking Stick Entertainment District and the Pima Business Corridor will be required to wear face masks.

Residents and schools will also be required to adhere to the mandate.

In the statement, the community said that as a sovereign nation within the state of Arizona, it is not required to follow mask laws put in place by the state legislature.

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SRPMIC President Martin Harvier said in a statement:

“The Salt River Indian Community Government requires that businesses and schools located on tribal lands that interact with the public wear face coverings. This is required of all people who frequent businesses for the health and safety of our visitors, guests, employees and members. “

The decision to impose the masks follows health and safety guidelines put in place by the CDC, as the Delta variant continues to spread rapidly in the United States.

Masks have been shown to slow the spread of the virus.

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