New York State to Lift Mask Mandate For Schools March 2


New York state will lift its mask mandate for schools March 2, Governor Hochul announced on Sunday.

“Given the decline in our rates, our hospitalizations, strong vaccination rates and the CDC guidance, we, friends, the day has come,” Democrat Hochul said. “Today we are going to be announcing that we’ll be lifting the statewide mask requirement in schools, and that’ll be effective this Wednesday, March 2.”

“My position is to empower the local governments to make the decisions for their entire county. But I’ve always said that if there are entities within and we’re going to whether it’s a city, a school district and school if they choose to be more restrictive. We will not prohibit that whatsoever,” she said.

“If they wanted to continue them longer, that is certainly their prerogative.”

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Hochul’s statewide mask mandate will be lifted one day after Brandon’s State of the Union Address.

The CDC also updated its masking guidance Friday afternoon – just in time for Brandon’s SOTU speech.

70% of Americans will be able to take their masks off indoors, including in schools.

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