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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine in May revised the state’s health and safety guidelines to coincide with the directives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Q: Do I have to wear a mask or face covering while visiting the Hall?
A: Effective May 28, visitors to the Pro Football Hall of Fame who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus may stop wearing masks or maintaining social distance inside the Museum. (Fully vaccinated means it has been at least two weeks since a final vaccination date.) For guests who are not fully vaccinated, masks will continue to be encouraged. This applies to anyone who is 10 years old or older.
Q: Does my child have to wear a mask while visiting the Hall?
A: It depends. Children 9 years old and younger do NOT have to wear a mask/face covering. The order requires those 10 years old or older to wear a mask.
Q: Who does not have to wear a mask or face covering while visiting the Hall?
A: Those who do not have to wear a mask or face covering while visiting the Hall include:
Q: If I am not vaccinated, do I have to wear a face covering/mask?
A: Anyone who is not fully vaccinated is encouraged to continue wearing a mask, per the directive of the CDC and Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine.
Q: I have a medical condition or a disability. Do I have to wear a mask?
Each safety measure adopted for employees and guests meets or exceeds its recommendation set by the state of Ohio and federal health standards for visiting a museum and retail establishment.
Among the enhanced safety measures remaining in place at the Hall of Fame Museum include:
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