LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Parishioners in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles who are fully vaccinated no longer have to wear masks indoors.
The move comes nearly a year after church services were first allowed to resume indoor services with face coverings.READ MORE: Cal State University Will Require Faculty, Staff, Students On Campuses To Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Following relaxed guidelines related to face coverings, that requirement will not be applied to those who have been vaccinated who are attending services. It remains unclear whether Cal/OSHA will mandate the use of face coverings by employees.READ MORE: Hiking Groups Emerge As Way For Angelenos To Combat Pandemic-Caused Loneliness
Other restrictions that have been relaxed for churches include no capacity limits related to COVID-19 and no requirement to social distance.MORE NEWS: UCLA Study: Expiration Of Eviction Moratoriums Led To Further Spread Of COVID-19