The State Mask mandate was rescinded along with the requirement for businesses to require visitors to wear a face-covering. Workers entering into another person’s living unit for a business purpose are no longer required to wear a face-covering when doing so, however the CDC still recommends that in-home service providers wear a mask, stay 6 feet from others, and limit interactions.
Note, however, that Realtors® cannot access or use, or permit or enable others to access or use, listed or managed property on terms or conditions other than those authorized by the owner. Therefore, if the owner has required a face-covering as a condition for entry, then a Realtor® must comply with that owner’s requirement. So, individual sellers may still require all parties to a showing be masked and those instructions should be followed. Businesses may implement their own lawful policies or rules related to the conduct of employees, tenants, customers, etc. including lawful face-covering requirements.
Local governments may implement additional restrictions in relation to the public health crisis that are more protective of the public health. Therefore, you should become familiar with any potential local government ordinances that may require businesses to continue similar face-covering requirements.