Coconino County will lift its face covering proclamation June 1st. The decision was made by the county’s Board of Supervisors Tuesday. The rescission of the proclamation means masks will no longer be required in indoor and outdoor settings in Coconino County. However, private businesses still have the ability to require masks. Masks continue to be recommended for unvaccinated people in indoor settings. Vaccinated people will no longer be required to wear a mask in county buildings also starting June 1st. Unvaccinated people will still be asked to wear a mask in county buildings. Masks will continue to be required on public transportation, at the CCHHS Clinic and at the jail and detention facilities. The county also aims to fully reopen county buildings on July 1st.