INDIANAPOLIS — While the mask mandate will turn into a mask advisory on Tuesday in Indiana, you'll still be required to wear a face mask at some places.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is still encouraging people to wear face masks. Local governments and business owners will be able to make their own decisions regarding mask requirements.
These are some of the counties where you still be required to wear masks:
- St. Joseph
These are some of the places where you still will be required to wear masks:
- All K-12 school buildings
- State buildings
- COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites
- All county-owned buildings in Hamilton County
- Oaken Barrel Brewing in Greenwood
- Greenwood government buildings
- Silver in the City
- Union Jack Pub
- Sun King Brewing
- The Shop
- HotBox Pizza
- Athletic Annex Running Centre
- 21 North Eatery and Cellar
Faces masks may be required in additional counties and places not yet listed in this story. This story will be updated.
MORE INFO | Monroe County's mask mandate will remain in place after statewide order ends Tuesday