San Mateo County buildings to require masks for all

San Mateo County employees and members of the public visiting county buildings will have to wear face masks whether vaccinated or not starting Monday to help slow the spread of COVID-19, the board president said Thursday.

Though San Mateo County boasts enviable vaccination rates — more than 88% of those 12 and older eligible for the shots have been vaccinated — Supervisor David Canepa said “the virus knows no county boundaries.” And COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations are rising, he said, chiefly among the unvaccinated.

“The bottom line is — we’ve been saying this for months — people need to get vaccinated, it’s more important than ever,” Canepa, the board president,

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