UNDATED – Indiana's statewide mask mandate is set to expire Tuesday, April 6. One organization says they will keep asking people wear masks.
Parkview Health issued a statement Monday, saying they will continue to require masks in all of their facilities by both their employees and visitors. That includes the COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the Parkview Mirro Centers for Research and Innovation, per the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention recommendations for healthcare providers.
Parkview says they appreciate everyone who continues to follow their universal masking policies for the safety of their patients, visitors and co-workers. Additionally, Parkview still strongly encourages the use of masks in public settings. Until more individuals are vaccinated, masks are one of the best tools citizens have to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
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