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Palm Springs masks no longer required

Palm Springs masks no longer required

Palm Springs residents will no longer be required to wear masks inside bars and restaurants starting today!

By City News Service, 

Residents of Palm Springs will no longer be required to wear masks indoors or show proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 tests in bars and restaurants starting Monday.

The move aligns with pandemic safety requirements established by state policies and guidance, according to city spokesperson Amy Blaisdell. Masks will continue to be required indoors at City Hall and in all other city facilities.

For more information about the mandate lift, visit the city of Palm Springs’ website .

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