The San Francisco Chronicle reports:
The state of California will once again require that all residents — regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status — wear masks indoors.
The mandate will apply to all indoor settings beginning on Wednesday, Dec. 15, and last at least until Jan. 15.
Some counties, including San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, Sonoma and Napa in the Bay Area, as well as Los Angeles County, have been enforcing an indoor mask mandate since the summer.
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Breaking News: California is reinstating a statewide indoor mask mandate, as the Omicron variant rapidly spreads and Covid cases rise. The mandate will go into effect on Wednesday and will remain until at least Jan. 15, state officials said on Monday. https://t.co/8FRzHNpilf
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