Universal Masking Indoors in Oakmont Facilities

Female colleagues keeping social distance, greeting each other by bumping elbows, preventing covid 19 coronavirus infection spread

Sonoma County today issued a recommendation that everyone wear a mask indoors regardless of  vaccination status.

OVA will follow this recommendation, which was a result of significant increases in Covid-19 cases in Sonoma County, including breakthrough cases. Breakthrough cases are infections that occur in people who are fully or partially vaccinated.

The County also urged all business, which would include organizations such as OVA, to adopt universal masking indoors for all customers and employees. The recommendation ensures easy verification of vaccination status, according to the County. The OVA Board of Directors has adopted a resolution to follow the County’s recommendations and mandates on Covid-19 protocols.

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