Mask mandates are quickly being lifted across the United States as Omicron cases have receded and Covid-19 deaths have fallen.
About a third of the country’s school districts, acting independently of their cities or states, still require masks. But as of Monday, Hawaii is the only state that still has an indoor mask requirement. (Many states never had such a mandate, or ended it earlier in the pandemic.)
When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently suggested that most people do not need to wear a mask, more officials eliminated mask requirements. But there are Americans who are concerned with such a reversal.
We want to hear from you about how you plan on navigating the changing guidance.