HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Masks will be required in all Pennsylvania public and private schools, as well as child care facilities, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Tuesday, reversing course amid a statewide COVID-19 resurgence that is filling hospital beds and infecting more young people just as students return to class.
The Department of Health order will take effect Tuesday, Sept. 7 — a week or more after the start of school in many districts — and will require students, teachers and staff to wear face coverings when inside, regardless of vaccination status, the Wolf administration said. AP August 31,2021
We will continue to have in-person classes, and masks will now be required to attend. I have extra masks if your child(ren) need them.