MONTEREY COUNTY – Monterey County will lift the requirement for interior masks on Monday for all county facilities, except those covered by ongoing state mandates, such as prisons and health facilities.
The county said in a statement that it will raise the requirements for masks and health examinations at its facilities for both employees and members of the public.
Although Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations have dropped low enough for county to lift mask requirements, county officials said masks are still highly recommended indoors and in crowded areas.
Masks are still required regardless of vaccination status according to state and federal guidelines in health centers, homeless shelters, prisons and prisons, long-term care centers, and public transportation.
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