Mask wearing required in Kentucky’s largest school district
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky’s largest school district will require universal masking on school property as Jefferson County moves into the highest level of COVID-19 community spread.
The change begins Monday and lasts until Jefferson County comes out of the red, media outlets reported. It comes a little more than two weeks before classes resume in Jefferson County Public Schools.
Everyone, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear a mask on district property or on school buses.
District policy automatically requires universal masking whenever the county has a high level of COVID-19 community spread. When community spread in Jefferson County drops, masks in JCPS become optional.
JCPS starts back Aug. 10.