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Mason City school board decides to mandate masks if illness rate hits 7%

MASON CITY – The Mason City school board decided on Monday night to mandate masks if the illness rate of a building hits 7%.

Dave Versteeg, Mason City schools superintendent, reported Monday evening that “tonight the school board decided to have MCCSD staff & students wear masks indoors when the daily illness rate of a building hits 7% and until it falls below 5% starting Mon(day) the 27th.”

Leading up to the decision, the board had requested input from the community.

The agenda item on masking was made possible after a federal judge threw out the state’s prohibition of mask mandates.

Community comments to board on masks:

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