California will reimpose a statewide indoor mask mandate for all public settings beginning Wednesday, December 15 through January 15, 2022.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported:
California will reimpose indoor mask mandates in public settings for all residents, regardless of vaccination status, starting Wednesday until Jan. 15, Health and Human Services Sec. Dr. Mark Ghaly announced Monday.
The state will require people attending mega-events of 1,000 people or more that don’t require vaccination to show proof of a negative test taken within one day for an antigen test, and within two days for a PCR test.
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And it will recommend that travelers returning to California get tested three to five days after arrival.
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— San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) December 13, 2021