SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — San Diego State University has reimplemented its mask policy following an increase in cases in San Diego County.
According to the school, faculty, staff, and students will be required to wear facial coverings starting August 15.
Masks will be required regardless of vaccination status in instructional settings, the school said.
RELATED: SDSU drops mask mandate in some cases
In March, SDSU dropped its mask requirement for vaccinated students and staff in some cases.
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In light of recent increased COVID-19 transmission, SDSU is reimplementing its COVID-19 facial covering policy, effective Aug. 15.
All faculty, staff and students will be required to wear a facial covering in instructional settings regardless of vaccination status. pic.twitter.com/kOWDw3aWn2
— San Diego State University (@SDSU) August 5, 2022
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