After previously announcing on Feb. 25 that it would maintain its indoor masking requirements, Johns Hopkins University has revised its COVID-19 protocols. Effective immediately, masks will now be optional for all students, staff, faculty and visitors who have received both their COVID-19 vaccination and booster shot, except in classrooms and other instructional spaces. Members of the campus community who are exempt from the school’s vaccine and booster policy must continue wearing masks, as will affiliates of the School of Medicine, who need to follow Johns Hopkins Medicine’s protocols.
Johns Hopkins University loosens mask mandate
March 10, 2022