It's been a crazy two years or so of wearing masks indoors or outdoors. Especially wearing masks around large gatherings and most other places as well.

Starting this Sunday, March 6, MSU is lifting their mask mandate for most indoor athletic events and other settings too.

My wife works for Michigan State University and she receives all of the current updates from MSU President Samuel Stanley Jr.

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And this means that even my wife will no longer have to wear her mask while she works on campus when she goes back to work on Monday morning.

Here's what the Lansing State Journal had to say:

MSU athletic events will also no longer require vaccine verification for entry, though all students, faculty and staff are required to be vaccinated. The Spartan men's basketball team hosts Maryland Sunday in its final game of the regular season.

This means if you have tickets to MSU's basketball game this weekend, you will not be required to wear a mask inside the Breslin Center. However, if you are not vaccinated, masks are strongly recommended.

And it's still okay to wear your mask if you feel the need too. It's still important to focus on the safety of others as well as yourself.

The Lansing State Journal adds:

Masks will still be required during classroom instruction and in research labs. Masks will continue to be required for students and staff riding Capital Area Transportation Authority buses according to federal requirement, and in campus health care facilities and MSU Health Care locations.

Simply continue to follow the most recent CDC guidelines and do what's best for you and your family.

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