(Notre Dame, IN) - The University of Notre Dame is now requiring masks indoors.
University officials have announced that starting January 1, students, staff, and visitors must be masked while indoors.
The policy will be in place until 90% of the campus community is fully vaccinated. Students and staff have until the 21st of January to give proof of vaccination. According to the university's website, anyone not vaccinated will be required to wear masks and test weekly throughout the spring semester. Read the full masking and vaccination policy here.
Students resume classes on January 10.