Masks no longer required to enter Lucas County-owned buildings
The policy change is in alignment with a new COVID-19 hotspot map provided by the CDC.
TOLEDO, Ohio — The Board of Lucas County Commissioners have lifted the mask mandate to enter Huntington Center and Glass City Center.
Effective immediately, people attending Toledo Walleye games and other events in the two county-owned buildings will not be required to wear masks.
The county will continue to offer the opportunity for fans attending Walleye games to receive vaccinations and boosters. Those who participate in the free vaccine clinic will have a chance to win Walleye merchandise, gift cards, and/or game tickets.