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Ohio - Mid America's Tow Show / Midwest Tow Show

The state's mask mandate expired June 2 as the Ohio Department of Health lifted most other pandemic health orders. COVID-19 safety precautions remain in place in nursing homes and other group residential settings where there is heightened risk of contracting the coronavirus. Masks are required in indoor public places in Columbus, the state's capital and largest city, with the exception of state, federal and religious buildings.

Learn more: Read Gov. Mike DeWine's statement on ending COVID-19 health orders.

 

Great Wolf Lodge Mask Policy:

All guests ages 5 and older are required to wear face coverings indoors at the resort. It’s just one of the ways Great Wolf Lodge is keeping your family safe while you play as part of our Paw Pledge. Note: This includes the Conference Center, however mask are not required in the Water Park.

Tennessee - Tennessee Tow Show

Gov. Bill Lee did not impose a statewide mandate and in late April issued an executive order barring local mask orders in the 89 counties in which public health policies are directed by the state. Shelby County, home to Memphis and one of six Tennessee counties with an independent health department, has an indoor mask mandate in effect through at least Sept. 30.

Learn more: Read the Tennessee health department's mask guidance.

Maryland - Baltimore Tow Expo

Gov. Larry Hogan ended Maryland's statewide mask mandate along with all other COVID-19 emergency orders July 1. Masking remains the rule on public transportation and in transit hubs, per a federal mandate. The city of Baltimore and Montgomery and Prince George's counties outside Washington, D.C., have reimposed local orders requiring most people, vaccinated or not, to wear face coverings in indoor public settings. 

Learn more: Read a statement and FAQs from the governor's office on ending Maryland's emergency orders.

 

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