South Dakota governor lifts mask requirement in prisons
Bismarck Tribune
Staff and inmates at South Dakota prisons are no longer required to wear masks following an order from Gov. Kristi Noem lifting the requirement. The Republican governor's move, made after a meeting with prison staffa, comes as virus cases have seen a recent uptick and defies a recommendation from the CDC that masks still be worn in facilities like prisons where large numbers of people are in close proximity to each other.