Masks no longer required at Mesa Public Schools
Beginning May 3, students at Mesa Public Schools will not be required to wear a mask inside. Parents are divided over the issue, with those opposed saying the district's decision goes against CDC guidelines. Supporters of the move say they are happy it provides a choice for those who don't want to wear a mask.
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