HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. (AP) — Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is again requiring visitors to wear masks if they are indoors.
An update on the National Park Service’s website posted last week said guests are required to wear masks, regardless of vaccination status, WBOY-TV reported.
“Because the park is in an area with a high COVID-19 Community Level, masks are required in park exhibits and buildings and on park shuttle buses,” the notice said.
The update says some areas of the park are closed due to the virus outbreak, including the Civil War Museum and Harper House.
West Virginia’s COVID-19 State of Emergency is set to end on Jan. 1.