Miami-Dade Schools Will Make Masks Optional For Outdoor Activities
Looking forward, the nation’s fourth-largest school district may make masks optional for the 2021-22 school year.
Effective immediately, Miami-Dade Public Schools is making masks optional only for outdoor, socially distanced activities. All other COVID-19 protocols will stay in place for the last two weeks of this school year.
Looking forward to the fall, the nation’s fourth-largest school district may make masks optional for the 2021-22 school year.
At Tuesday’s ad hoc medical and public health experts task force meeting, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said he is “reasonably comfortable and confident we can announce a voluntary masking approach” for the next school year.
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