Wear a Mask to Protect Yourself and Others
Masking is a critical public health tool and it is important to remember that any mask is better than no mask.
Wear the most protective mask you can that fits well and that you will wear consistently.
Wearing a well-fitted mask along with vaccination, self-testing, and physical distancing, helps protect you and others by reducing the chance of spreading COVID-19.
Beginning March 12, 2022, face masks are no longer required in many indoor settings, including K-12 schools, restaurants, gyms, grocery stores and retail locations. Masks will still be required in some settings, including (but not limited to) medical facilities, long- term care facilities, and public transit. Private businesses and local governments may still require masks, if they choose. Many individuals may want to continue wearing masks for added protection from COVID-19.
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