LAGRANGE – LaGrange County will be following the lead of Governor Eric Holcomb and lifting the mask mandate.
During Monday's meeting, the LaGrange County Commission approved an ordinance saying they would lift the mask ordinance as County Commission Chairman Terry Martin says the County will be following the Governor's advisory. That means County employees and citizens will not have to wear masks in County buildings.
Martin says if County employees or citizens still want to wear masks in the buildings, they can, but it is not mandatory.
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