If you are an Ohio resident and fully vaccinated, you will no longer be required to wear masks in an indoor setting in most situations, according to a revised health order that was released Monday afternoon.
The revised order sets forth separate rules for vaccinated and unvaccinated people.
The revised order will be lifted June 2, in addition to the other remaining health orders except for nursing homes and assisted living facilities, as previously stated by Governor Mike DeWine.
In the revised order, if you are not fully vaccinated, you are still required to wear masks and social distance in many settings.
Masks are required for unvaccinated Ohioans in any indoor location that is not a residence; when you are outdoors without the ability to remain six feet or more from others who are not members of your household; and during the use of any public transportation (planes, busing, trains, etc.)
The revised order, in conjunction with the CDC’s recommendation, says those traveling on planes, trains, public busing and other forms of public transportation must continue to wear a mask across America.
The K-12 mask mandate will remain in place until the end of the school year.