The City of Philadelphia has removed the indoor mask mandate set on Monday, April 18.

For construction, some project owners, such as schools and healthcare settings, may have specific requirements. Please refer to those requirements.

From the City of Philadelphia:

[C]onstruction workers are no longer required to wear a mask when working with others in indoor spaces. A space is “indoors” if it has three or more walls and an overhead covering.

The exception is healthcare and congregate living facilities, where masks must continue to be worn.

[T]he City reminded individuals who live and work in Philadelphia that businesses and other institutions are allowed to have their own rules, which can be stricter than the City’s requirements. This means that workers at some locations may still need to wear a mask and/or show proof of vaccination.