California children will be allowed to go to school without face coverings when classes resume in the fall. But public health officials, while not requiring them, will still recommend face coverings for students and staff in an effort to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks in K-12 schools.
State guidelines, updated last week, allow mask-free classrooms to continue that returned this spring.
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