COVID-19

Covid-19 Guidelines

With regard to the use of masks for those fully vaccinated, we will follow local and/or state guidelines. These guidelines are current as of May 20, 2021, and are subject to change.  Please visit the sites below for the most current data. 

VIRGINIA

All Virginians must continue to comply with the statewide face covering requirement, and Virginians are strongly encouraged to:

  • continue teleworking if possible;
  • wash hands regularly;
  • maintain six feet of physical distance when outside of home; and
  • get tested immediately if you have COVID-19 symptoms.

 

WASHINGTON, DC

Fully vaccinated people* only need to wear masks or social distance in places where it is required. *A person is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after  completion of a COVID-19 vaccination series.  Even if you are fully vaccinated, continue to take a mask with you when you leave home.

THEN, RESPECT THE SIGNS. If a business posts a sign indicating that masks are required, then you must wear a mask to go in. 

If you are not yet vaccinated or not yet fully vaccinated… protect yourself and other people who are not yet fully vaccinated and those who cannot get vaccinated or may be immunocompromised by continuing to wear a mask when you leave home.

 

MARYLAND

 In alignment with CDC guidance, face coverings will still be required on public transportation, and in schools, child care and health care settings.

The Maryland Department of Health has issued a public health advisory strongly recommending that all non-vaccinated individuals over the age of 2 years continue to wear face coverings in all indoor settings and in outdoor settings where physical distancing cannot be maintained.

Private businesses and workplaces are free to put in place their own policies or guidance. Local jurisdictions are free to use their own emergency powers on these matters.

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