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Vaccinated Visitors No Longer Required to Wear Masks When Visiting Most City Facilities

Change Follows Latest State and County Guidance

Following the latest federal, state and county guidance, employees of and visitors to most City of Rockville facilities who have received full COVID-19 vaccinations will no longer be required to wear masks.

Unvaccinated individuals will still be encouraged to wear face coverings to protect themselves.

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Face covering and mask requirements are still in place in health-care settings, for licensed camps programs and on public transportation. Regardless of vaccination status, city staff and students will still wear face coverings at the Montrose Discovery Preschool. Masks and face coverings will still need to be worn by staff and riders on Rockville Senior Center buses, or by staff and participants in summer camps and youth recreation programs.

The Mayor and Council adopted changes to the city’s COVID-19 policies regarding face coverings at their Tuesday, June 1 meeting, aligning city policies with the latest guidance issued by the CDC and Maryland Department of Health.

The City of Rockville will not ask visitors to share their vaccination status.

Signage will be posted at all city facilities that are open to the public advising that fully vaccinated visitors are no longer required to wear face coverings while visiting the facility and asking that unvaccinated visitors continue to wear face coverings to protect themselves.

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