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Governor Northam has just announced two changes to Virginia’s mask, distance, and capacity requirements based on the guidance that the CDC released yesterday:
  1. Virginia’s universal indoor mask mandate will be lifted effective at midnight tonight (May 15). Businesses may still require patrons to wear masks in their establishments if they wish. Employees who work in certain business sectors—including restaurants, retail, fitness, personal care, and entertainment—must continue to wear masks unless fully vaccinated, per CDC guidance. Masks also continue to be required on public transit, in health care facilities, in congregate settings, and in K-12 schools.
  2. Virginia will ease all distancing and capacity restrictions on Friday, May 28. The end date for these restrictions had previously been announced as June 15.
Click here for a list of times and locations where you can walk-in or schedule a vaccine appointment in Arlington. Some clinics are for all people ages 12 and up, and some are specifically for people between 12-17. You can find vaccine clinics throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia at https://vaccinate.virginia.gov/