Most capital area schools end mask mandates
Governor Edwards announced Tuesday that Louisiana will lift its statewide mask mandate though continue to require masks in K-12 schools. School that choose to incorporate the CDC's quarantine guidelines will be allowed to opt out of the mandate.
This is how schools in the capital area have responded so far:
Ascension Parish - No mask mandate starting Oct. 27.
Catholic Schools in Baton Rouge Diocese - No mask mandate mandate starting Oct. 27.
East Baton Rouge Parish - No mask mandate starting Feb. 14.
Livingston Parish - No mask mandate starting Oct. 28.
St. Helena Parish - No mask mandate starting Oct. 27.
West Baton Rouge Parish - No mask mandate starting Oct. 28.
West Feliciana Parish - No mask mandate starting Oct. 28.
Zachary - No mask mandate effective Oct. 28.
*Federal mandate still requires masks on school buses.
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