Friday, July 3, 2020

Face Covering Mandatory and Hibiscus-like


White flowers in city garden

Welcome July!
And Happy Fourth of July!

In the first of July, Sharon Breton Broome, East Baton Rouge Parish Mayor-President, announced an executive order to mandate face covering.

This mandate will be effective for a month, July 3 to August 3. Violations will be misdemeanor summons and a fine that determined by a judge. The mandate is not for individuals, but for business.

Since the soaring new cases in East Baton Rouge, her concern is to safe reopening of the parish economy and protect the health of residents and visitors. She said, “Save a life, save our economy, and wear a face covering”.

When I get out from home, I have never forgotten to put my mask on. It is my new a “must”. I also wear my mask when I walk in the park because sometimes persons pass me by.


Is it a variety of Hibiscus?


In the park, I found trees with a bunch of flower buds. Some of them are opening. I have no idea about the name of this flower, Based on petals and stamen, it seems a kind of hibiscus. Have you seen this kind of tree and its flowers?

We will celebrate Independence Day, July 4th, keep in mind to wear face covering in the common area.

We can take face coverings off while eating and drinking in restaurants, food courts, bars, or coffee shops. We need to put them on when entering, exiting, and while in the common area in all establishments.

152 comments:

  1. Lindas flores, ten un genial día de la independencia en tu país Y cuidate mucho. Te mando un beso.

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  2. Here we also have to wear mask when taking public transportation or doing grocery. The hibiscus looks really beautiful!
    Have a great weekend and enjoy your summer!

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  3. Face masks are mandatory in my country too, but many disobey the order. Even a fine won't make them wear the mask.
    Pity, as the situation here is quite bad. Lots of infected and actively ill people.

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  4. No conozco esa linda flor, por aqui hay algo asi como toque de queda, cada dia tenemos mas infectados y muertes, mascarilla obligatoria, saludos amiga.

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  5. I don't know if I have ever seen this type of flower somewhere, since I was born in a small house in the countryside where there are thousands of species of flowers. But being beautiful is a fact.
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    Peace and well weekend
    best regards

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  6. Lovely post 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊

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  7. well, unfortunately I do not know the flower, but very nice 😍
    in Poland there is still an obligation to cover the face and mouth in places like bus, shop - on the street or in the park you do not need to wear a mask
    however, the rulers give contradictory information; because the epidemic continues, but it is no longer dangerous and one should not be so afraid
    best regards

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  8. We still don't have to wear masks here in Australia although there has been an outbreak in another state and they are again wondering if we should be wearing masks - they announced 107 cases today. 107 new cases! We have never seen such high figures, even at the start of the virus! It will be interesting to see if we need masks here. I keep adding them to cart in etsy, but I haven't bought yet, as we are able to stay distant from everyone when we go to school drop off, or to the park.

    Hope you are having a nice weekend :) We spent the day enjoying the sunshine outside at some parks, even if it was a bit windy!

    Away From Blue

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  9. W Polsce od wielu miesięcy musimy zakrywać twarz. Ja już przyzwyczaiłam się do noszenia maseczek, nie jest tak źle :). Maski jeszcze na długo z nami zostaną. Piękne zdjęcia! Miłego weekendu!

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  10. The face covering makes sense.

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  11. It does look like a hibiscus. Very pretty. Happy Independence Day!

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  12. Olá Evi
    Parece mesmo hibisco. E como é linda!
    Beijinhos e um maravilhoso final de semana com muita saúde

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  13. Beautiful flowers, have a lovely weekend ☺

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  14. Dear Evi!
    Happy Fourth of July!
    In Poland, I've been covering my face for several months. For safety, I do not part with the mask. A very beautiful flower. Is this a hibiscus?
    I have not seen a variety with such leaves. They're interesting.
    Greetings.
    Luja

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  15. Hola nena feliz 4 de Julio para ti y todos los que viven allá en Estados Unidos!! esa es una flor muy hermosa, la naturaleza es hermosa!

    Besotes y buenos deseos para ti y todos los que te visitan muy sinceramente!!

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  16. Wow that's nice. What flower is that ?

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  17. A pretty flower. Face masks are mandatory around here as well, now that the weather is so hot, they are not very nice.
    Amalia
    xo

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  18. Love hibiscus flowers! So beautiful!!!
    Happy 4th of July!

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  19. Great post! :)
    dreamerworldfototravel.blogspot.com

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  20. Happy independence day dear Evi !

    i loved these flowers they are gorgeous ,pattern on petals is so pretty

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  21. Happy 4th July Evi, hope you had a good one :-D

    Very pretty :-D

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  22. Happy 4th of July, Evi. I missed reading you, friend. Take care. The mask will become one more item of our clothing from now on, such as scarves or shawls...

    Hug more than huge, friend, super !!

    PD: I love that flower its naturalness...

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  23. Preciosas flores y feliz 4 de Julio!

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  24. Beutiful flowers! I hope you had an awesome 4th of July!
    kisses

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  25. Las flores se ven bonitas, pero no sé si será hibisco. Besos.

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  26. We have a mandatory face covering rule in NY as well. It makes sense considering how countries in Asia have kept the virus under control by having citizens wear masks.

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  27. I wish they'd mandate here (they do, but there's no fine for not doing it). So I guess what I wish is that they'd enforce it. That's how it will stop.

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  28. Hibiscus is very beautiful!
    In Spain we have to wear masks in public places.
    Have a fantastic week and enjoy the summer!
    Greetings.

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  29. What A Gorgeous Hibiscus - Happy July

    Cheers

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  30. We still have to wear mask whenever we go to public places.

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  31. It is a beautiful flower.
    Greetings.

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  32. In Italia le mascherine sono ancora obbligatorie anche quando stiamo all'aperto, ma ormai molti non rispettano più l'obbligo e si vedono molte persone che non le usano.
    Ciao un abbraccio
    enrico

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  33. Yes, masks are a new must these days. I keep two in my purse in a ziploc bag.

    That's a gorgeous white flower but not Hibiscus I am sure. Hibiscus usually have compact petals.

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  34. Yes, we still have to wear face mask in public locations.
    I love these flowers!!!|
    Kisses, Paola.

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  35. I have no idea what it called in here or does it planted overhere?
    it beautiful flower

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  36. Such lovely flower!
    Hybiscus means summer to me, I don't know if this is (even if it very resembles in the fhape),but definitely let summer start!
    XO
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.com

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  37. What beautiful flowers you found! And I wish everyone was this mindful.

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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  38. Hi Ev, A very beautiful flower.
    It's very important ti put mask on.
    best regards
    Chris


    Inventando com a Mamãe / Instagram  / Facebook / Pinterest

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  39. Happy 4th of july, i know its late ;) btw the flower looks like jasmine i think

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  40. Sungguh luar biasa indahnya
    Saya sangat suka
    I like
    Nice Artikel

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  41. I always wear the mask on my face, even when I just walk my dog.
    Here too, the use of masks in all public spaces is mandatory.
    Protection is very important in trying to contain the expansion of the virus.
    Beautiful flowers, I did not know white hibiscus.
    Hugs and all the best

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  42. Beautiful flowers. Face covering was mandatory too in where I live. Now it's only in stores, public transports, etc.

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  43. That is a lovely flower …

    All the best Jan

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  44. Precioso hibisco Evi. La mascarilla siempre.
    Te deseo buena noche.Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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  45. Muy bonito hibisco,espero estes muy bien....cuidate mucho.

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  46. probably one of the hibiscus families...

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  47. Hi Evy, I don't know too the name of this flowers. Greetings Caroline

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  48. Great review and beautiful photos! :)

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  49. Precioso reportaje, me han gustado mucho todas las fotos. Enhorabuena Evi, saludos desde el norte de España.

    http://faunacompacta.blogspot.com/

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  50. we wear face mask during the public places

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  51. Beautiful flowers. :-)

    Greetings from London.

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  52. A very good measure, I can't believe people feel opressed for being asked to wear something that SAVES LIVES. Thank you for being responsible, spreading awareness and sharing such beauty. Hope your town will be safe soon and that you and your loved ones stay safe.

    Lindifique

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  53. Unusual flowers! In my country, they only grow in pots. I saw them live during my trip to Greece :)

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  54. Saya juga sependapat dengan protokol kesehatan tetap menggunakan masker wajah saat berada di luar rumah.

    Bunganya cantik.

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  55. So beautiful white flowers!
    Hug

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  56. What a beautiful flowers!
    Thanks for sharing.

    Infinitely Posh

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  57. Wow ! What a beautiful flower !
    Greetings

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  58. Me alegro mucho de que hayas vuelto a publicar, porque eso es señal de que te encuentras bien., de todas forma no podemos bajar la guardia aunque ya se nos permita salir y tomar algo con los amigos, ya que aquí se están dando nuevos casos de covid, sobre todo en los jóvenes que organizan fiestas multitudinarias y no se ponen la mascarilla.
    Un abrazo, Evi, y que tengas una buena semana.

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  59. Happy 4th :-) What a beautiful flower xx

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  60. Sus flores son preciosas. Por aquí en España, se pueden ver muchos.

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  61. Bunganya cantik dan indah sekali
    Saya sangat suka
    Nice artikel

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  62. Fiore straordinario!!! Molto delicato e adorabile!
    https://nettaredimiele.blogspot.com

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  63. Hermosas flores Evi. Por mi ciudad es obligatorio el uso de mascarillas por el bien de todos, ya que no deja de haber rebrotes del Covid-19.

    Abrazos.

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  64. Di Apartemen tempat sy tinggal udh jd kawasan MASK AREA, kalau keluar unit wajib pake masker, kalau nggak langsung ditegur sama security, memang hrs begitu ya mbak, demi kebaikan bersama. Sehat selalu ya kak.

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  65. Pretty flower, lovely post

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

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  66. que preciosidad, la segunda foto es una maravilla

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  67. Beautiful flowers Evi! We have a mask ordinance in my city too.

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  68. Amazing photos of the flowers 🌹🌹

    Have a lovely day 🌸

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  69. Noi ormai conviviamo con la mascherina da mesi e devo dire che oramai ci abbiamo fatto l'abitudine.
    Certo con il caldo portarla è più difficile, ma bisogna farlo per il nostro bene e del prossimo.

    Bellissime le foto che hai scattato al parco.

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  70. Amazing post and beautyfull flowers photos! :)
    Kisses form Poland :*

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  71. Beautiful flowers! Using masks is really important

    What about following each other?

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  72. Great post and beautiful photos.

    www.paginasempreto.blogspot.com.br

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  73. oh ya.. how about covid-19 cases in your area? still under control?

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  74. Lindas fotos!!

    http://juliamodelodemodelo.blogspot.com/

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  75. U nas od dawna obowiązują maseczki, trudno w nich wytrzymać w upale ale w końcu to dla bezpieczeństwa. Piękne te kwiaty, rzeczywiście przypominają hibiskusy.
    Cieplutko pozdrawiam:)

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  76. I also wear masks when I walk too because people passes besides me always. This is the current situation in Italy too and I must say that if they had imposed the use of the masks since March, the situation would have been different in my opinion, much less dead people and probably the lockdown would not have been necessary either.

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  77. Te mando un beso y esperó que estés bien

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  78. What a beautiful flowers! It's similiary to jasmin flower.

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  79. Greetings and a beautiful weekend.

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  80. Me encantan toda clase de flores!! Estas son preciosas. Un beso y feliz finde ❤️❤️❤

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  81. In Austria we have to wear masks to. I don't like them. It is so hot.
    Have a nice day!

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  82. Beautiful flowers. Thanks for sharing.
    I hope you´ll visit my blog soon. Have a nice day!

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  83. p/s i have something for you but not now...just wait for it, okay! ;-)

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  84. Thanks for the comment.
    I wish you a great week.

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  85. Te mando un beso y te deseo una buena semana

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  86. Nice post.
    Have a great day and stay safe ♥

    Ann
    https://roomsofinspiration.blogspot.com/

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  87. We have a mandatory face covering rule, but a lot of people do not care ;-/

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  88. Hello. How are you?
    Have a good week.
    Hug.

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  89. I love flowers so much ! ;)
    Have a nice day ;)

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  90. Thanks and have a nice weekend.

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  91. So much lovely post

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

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  92. Kalo di Indonesia ada yang merah putih mb kelopaknya

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  93. Son preciosas las fotografías 😍
    Besos

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  94. Lindas fotos :), bellas flores, qué bien que siempre te cuides con la mascarilla, genial post.
    Saludos desde El Blog de Boris Estebitan.

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  95. I wear a mask when I go out, and rarely am around people. Stay well.

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  96. Espero estés bien amiga, ´paso a dejarte un abrazo y mis saludos. Gracias por pasar por mi rincón. Cuidate.

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  97. Have a wonderful week end!
    Big kiss

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