Outdoors when physical distancing of six feet or greater can be maintained.
Actively engaging in watersports wherein the mask is almost certain to get wet. Masks can become heavy when wet and that makes breathing difficult.
Rescuing a distressed swimmer.
Performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or some other vital first aid to a person in distress.
Evacuating due to a life-threatening emergency.
When an individual is alone in an office with floor-to-ceiling walls with a closed door.
Brief periods of time when eating and drinking while maintaining distancing of six feet or greater.
When the mask is required to be lowered briefly for identification or security purposes.
When necessary to reasonably accommodate an individual with a medical disability.