K-State letting people go maskless on campus under certain conditions

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (KSNT) – Students, staff and visitors will not have to wear masks under certain conditions at K-State, university officials announced Monday.

Beginning May 17, the mask rules at Kansas State University will allow fully-vaccinated faculty, staff, students, contractors, vendors and visitors to come on campus without a mask, so long as they are outdoors. Anyone who goes inside a building on university property will have to wear a face-covering over their mouth and nose, according to the university.

“Fully vaccinated people may participate in outdoor activities and recreation without a mask, except in certain crowded settings and venues such as live performances, parades or sports events.”

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Everyone must still wear face coverings inside and outside until May 17, university officials said.

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