Unvaccinated individuals do not have to wear face coverings indoors when (a) alone
in a room or vehicle, (b) eating and drinking, (c) an accommodation is required, and/or
(d) job duties make a face covering infeasible or create a hazard.
Face coverings are recommended for unvaccinated individuals outdoors where six feet
of physical distancing cannot be maintained.
Fully vaccinated individuals may still wear a mask if they wish to do so, but it is
Improving the effectiveness of face coverings:
The most important factors for effective face coverings are having a mask with multiple
layers, wearing it correctly, and achieving a tight fit.
If you are using a surgical mask, you can improve the fit by layering a cloth face
covering on top (double masking), installing a mask fitter, or knotting, folding,
and tucking the mask.