On March 23, Governor Eric Holcomb announced that Indiana's mandatory mask mandate will expire April 6, 2021.

Face coverings will, however, remain mandatory throughout Indiana in all state buildings, at vaccine clinics and COVID testing sites, and in k-12 schools.

Masks will not be mandatory in the Franklin County Government Center, per county commissioners; however, the health department will still require masks to be worn in their department due to it being a vaccine clinic.

Masks will still be required to be worn by visitors entering the Franklin County Security Center.

At this time, like the governor, the Franklin County Health Department highly recommends the continued wearing of masks, but stops short of instituting an additional mandate.

Source: Franklin County Commissioners