Monroe County Schools announced new COVID-19 safety precautions Tuesday night, requiring face masks for students and staff “in school settings” for the next 30... Masks no longer required in Monroe County schools

Monroe County Schools announced new COVID-19 safety precautions Tuesday night, requiring face masks for students and staff “in school settings” for the next 30 days. By the following evening, the Monroe County school board had amended those restrictions, opting instead to encourage, but not mandate, masks. Masks are required on school buses, and the district is providing vaccination opportunities for students and staffers who want to get a coronavirus vaccine.

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