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Masks no longer required outside classrooms at SU

Salisbury University announced today masks are no longer required outside classroom settings, effective Feb. 18 at 3 p.m. While in classrooms, Guerrieri Academic Commons and Holloway Hall, students are still required to wear KN95, KF94 or N95 masks, according to a school-wide email.

Masks will no longer be required in the following areas, unless requested otherwise:

- Residence Halls

- Meeting and conference rooms

- Dining Commons

- Guerrieri Student Union

- East Campus facilities

- SU Downtown

- Faculty and staff offices

The decision followed the University System of Maryland's statement on Feb. 14, working to reduce COVID-19 restrictions on the state's college campuses, according to the email.

The SU community is encouraged to respect those who still choose to wear masks, wearing one if requested.




Featured image courtesy of Olivia Ballmann.

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