Mask mandate returns to Colorado at one national park – is this just the beginning?

By Matt Connelly
woman in gray hoodie wearing white face mask

The government authoritarians haven’t been able to scratch their mask mandate itch lately but that may be changing as one national park in Colorado is implementing a new mask requirement. 

According to Out There Colorado, Great Sand Dunes National Park has imposed a new mask mandate effectively immediately: 

“Effective immediately, masks are required within buildings at Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve,” read a Monday morning announcement from the park. The switch reportedly follows Alamosa County’s designation of having a ‘high’ level of local community transmission of COVID-19.

The reinstated requirement applies to everyone regardless of vaccination status. All buildings currently remain open.

The move comes only days after Anthony Fauci floated the idea of further school shutdowns on CBS News: 

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Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado. Follow him on Twitter @MattConnelly.