Boston area museums and New England Aquarium reinstate mask rules

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DAYS AFTER THE END OF FEDERAL MEDIATION WITHOUT AGREEMENT. WORCESTER HOSPITAL NURSES HAVE COLLECTED SINCE MARCH ON STAFF LEVELS AND PATIENT RE.CA ANTOINETTE: FROM TOMORROW MANY LOCAL MUSEUMS ARE DELIVERING MASK MANDATES AS COVID-19 CASES CONTINUE TO INCREASE THE MUSEUM OF SCIENCES, MUSEUM, THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART AND THE ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER MUSEUM REQUEST ANYONE 5 YEARS AND OVER TO HIDE TO ENTER INSIDE. THE SAME RULES WILL ALSO BEGIN TOMORROW AT THE NEW ENGLAND AQUARIUM. AQUARIUM SAYS IT ALIGNS WITH LATEST CDC GUIDANCE

Boston area museums and New England Aquarium reinstate mask rules

Many Boston-area museums are reinstating mask warrants as COVID-19 cases continue to rise. wear a mask to enter – regardless of immunization status. The same rules will also begin Saturday at the New England Aquarium. The aquarium says it is aligning itself with the CDC’s latest guidelines on wearing the mask. The latest CDC guidelines recommend that everyone in a location with “substantial” or “high” coronavirus transmission wear a face covering in indoor public places, regardless of immunization status. He also recommended indoor masks for all teachers, staff, students and visitors to schools nationwide, regardless of immunization status. updated mask guidelines and advised people vaccinated with weakened immune systems, who are at increased risk of severe COVID-19 due to their age or health issues, or who live with someone unvaccinated or at increased risk to wear a face covering indoors and not in their own home Massachusetts COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths Vaccination Progress in Massachusetts

Many Boston-area museums are reimplementing mask warrants as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.

Starting Saturday, the Science Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Institute of Contemporary Art, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum will require anyone 5 years of age and older to wear a mask to enter, regardless of status. vaccine.

The same rules will also begin Saturday at the New England Aquarium.

The aquarium says it is aligning itself with the CDC’s latest guidelines on wearing the mask.

The latest CDC guidelines recommend that everyone in a location with a “substantial” or “high” coronavirus transmission rate wear a face covering in indoor public places, regardless of immunization status.

He also recommended indoor masks for all teachers, staff, students and visitors to schools across the country, regardless of their immunization status.

Meanwhile, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health has released its own updated mask guidelines and advised those vaccinated with weakened immune systems who are at increased risk of severe COVID-19 due to their age or their health, or who live with an unvaccinated person. or at increased risk of wearing a face covering indoors and not in their own home.


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