City Face Covering Update

Tucson's Mayor and Council on May 18 repealed its mandatory mask-wearing ordinance for fully vaccinated people, indoors and outdoors, while encouraging those not vaccinated to continue wearing masks.

With the repeal of the ordinance, the City's guidance remains in line with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) updated guidance. Masks will still be required at hospitals, on planes and mass transit (including Sun Tran, Sun Link, and Sun Van), where state and local laws require masks, and there are a few other exceptions.

The Pima County Board of Supervisors on May 14 lifted its face mask mandate for fully vaccinated people while encouraging those not fully vaccinated to keep wearing face coverings.

CDC mask-wearing guidance
Updated Pima County Health Advisory
Mayor and Council agenda materials