Face masks should be worn according to the Fall Plan.
One of the best known ways to help slow the spread of Covid-19, is to correctly wear a face covering, which means wearing it snugly over both your nose and mouth.
Covid-19 infects others through droplets. These droplets can be projected into the air when someone breathes, talks, sneezes, coughs, etc. Face masks help to contain these water droplets by keeping them from projecting into the air, which in turn reduces the likelihood of transmission.
Acceptable Face Masks
There are multiple options to satisfy the university’s requirement for wearing a face mask. It is strongly recommended that individuals wear KN95 masks or double masks (e.g., nonmedical disposable mask under a cloth washable mask). Face shields are allowed to be worn if accompanied with a cloth face mask.
Here are some examples of acceptable and unacceptable face masks to wear when inside university facilities or around campus: