Add Utah County (Utah) to the list.
There's a major hole in this guy's argument...
"Smith went on to say that wearing facial masks is a health issue, a community issue, and should be addressed as such. He said, "It should not be criminalized.""
So, the Sheriff has missed a point - we have laws concerning health issues. If a restaurant does not keep to minimum health or safety standards it gets closed down, and fines are assessed. This can be up to and including law enforcement officers coming in and ejecting people from the premises and chaining the doors shut and even taking people to jail.
On top of this, this isn't just a "health issue", it is a health crisis. The departments that normally handle community health issues are not staffed to handle full-population crises, because such crises are not common. Would the sheriff be so kind as to hand over much of his budget and personnel so that those areas can be staffed, and his people out enforcing codes, orders, and regulations without guns? I'll be happy to have those staff shifted on a temporary basis!