Utah Legislation to Ban Mask Mandate in Public Schools for Next School Year


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Utah’s mask mandate expired April 10, except for gatherings of more than 50 people and in K-12 schools, but that is about to change.

The Utah legislature has made a bold move by banning mask mandates from all public schools starting for the 2021-2022 school year.

The Utah House Bill 1007 “prohibits an institution of higher education from requiring a face covering to participate in, or attend instruction, activities or in any other place on the campus of the institution after the end of the spring semester in 2021.”

Educational institutions can not require proof of vaccination for attendance unless they also allow for exemptions for medical reasons, as well as personal and religious beliefs.

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SOURCE: Charisma News, John Matarazzo

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