MSU Students Still Required To Wear Masks In Class – Despite Mask Mandate Policy Change

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Michigan State University students will still be required to wear masks in classes and labs according to a new report.

This is despite a change in mask policy which got rid of the mask mandate in most indoor settings.

This was confirmed by an article from Statenews.


Michigan State University will not require face coverings or masks in most indoor settings starting March 6, according to an email sent to the MSU community from MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. on Thursday.

Masks will still be required in classrooms and academic research labs, as well as on Capital Area Transportation Authority buses and healthcare settings.

According to the email, masks are still recommended for those who are unvaccinated, have COVID-19 symptoms, have been exposed to the virus or are medically vulnerable.

“It is important to remember that many in our Spartan community will choose to wear a mask for their protection,” Stanley said in the email. “Some in our community also may ask you to wear a mask when you visit them due to special health concerns.”

MSU athletic events will also not require vaccination verification for entry starting on March 6.