Posted Date: 03/08/2022
Starting Tuesday, March 8, masks are no longer required at Union Public Schools.
Citing the most recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and declining COVID-19 case counts in Tulsa County, the district’s school board voted unanimously Monday night to suspend Union’s mask requirement.
“One of the issues that’s been pervasive has been: ‘What are the recommendations? What does the science say?’” board member Dr. Chris McNeil said. “According to the CDC, as of March 3, we’re at a place where we don’t have to require masks indoors.
“For everyone here and in our community who has put the work in to get to this place where we can safely do this, kudos to you.
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