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  • Alameda County Lifts Local Masking Order and Re-Aligns with State Guidance as Case Rates Improve

    Alameda County Lifts Local Masking Order and Re-Aligns with State Guidance as Case Rates Improve

    June 24, 2022   ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA – Today, health officials announced that Alameda County will again align with California’s face masking guidance and rescind the local Health Officer Order requiring masks in most indoor public settings, effective 12:01 a.m. on June 25, 2022. The Alameda County Health Officer closely monitored local COVID-19 trends while the masking Order was in place and has determined that it can be lifted given current conditions. The State and Alameda County continue to strongly recommend masking indoors. 

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