Masking Mandates Change in Culver City; Vaccine Verifications Don’t

The City of Culver City is aligned with the County of Los Angeles Public Health Department’s requirements for masking. As of Friday, March 4, given that the County is now at the Low Community Risk Level, Public Health has modified its Health Officer Order. Under the modified order, which includes Culver City, indoor masking is now strongly recommended, but not required, for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals in public settings and businesses, except in high-risk settings where federal or state regulations continue to require masking.

Culver City’s vaccine verification requirement remains in place for food & beverage businesses, gyms and fitness venues, entertainment and recreation venues, personal care establishments, and City facilities. The City Council will consider whether to maintain, modify, or rescind the vaccine verification requirement at its meeting on Monday, March 14, 2022. For more information, please review answers to frequently asked questions about the vaccine verification requirement.

Settings where masking continues to be required, including in Culver City, include public transit, transportation hubs, all health care settings (including long term care and adult and senior care facilities), correctional and detention facilities, homeless shelters, heating and cooling centers, and emergency shelters. Masks are required while indoors at all schools until at least March 12. After March 12, schools have the option to maintain mask requirements. Check with your school or school district about what specific requirements will be in place.

At all sites where masking indoors is no longer mandatory, employers are be required to offer, for voluntary use, medical grade masks and respirators to employees working indoors in close contact with other workers, customers and/or members of the public.

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