New Jersey Will Not Require Students to Mask in New School Year

Governor Phil Murphy today announced that, barring a major setback in the fight against Covid-19, students will not be required to wear face masks when the new school year begins this fall, although school districts will have the final say. 

The NJ Department of Health’s full guidance for the upcoming school year can be seen below.

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