Boise businesses making changes to face mask policies
The city of Boise lifted indoor mask policies Friday, but local businesses still have the option of whether or not to require face coverings in their stores.
BOISE, Idaho — Nearly 24 hours after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new guidelines on mask-wearing, the City of Boise made changes to its mask mandate as well. The city is no longer requiring masks to be worn in indoor or outdoor spaces.
Limits on crowd sizes have also been lifted.
While masks are no longer a requirement under the City of Boise’s regulations, they will continue to work with and support businesses that choose to require them.