CLEVELAND — Cuyahoga County is dropping the mask requirement in county-owned buildings Monday, as confirmed by county spokesperson Mary Lousie Madigan.
This comes after the requirement was reinstated on June 1 as the county's COVID-19 transmission rate was labeled "high." Nine days later, the county dropped back down to a "medium" threshold.
If you are exhibiting any signs or symptoms of COVID-19, the CDC suggests isolating and testing immediately.
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