Multnomah County health officials urge high school volleyball players to wear masks while competing indoors

The county’s new guidance exceeds current state mandates for high school athletes, but many schools are answering the call.

GRESHAM, Ore. — Multnomah County health officials recently issued new COVID-19 guidance for schools, and some of it addresses fall sports. The county is asking schools to require volleyball players to wear masks during indoor practice and while they compete in games. 

That’s more than the state mandates require right now, but many schools, including those in the Gresham-Barlow School District, are answering the call.

At Monday night’s Gresham volleyball game against Centennial High School, both teams wore masks. Before the game, about a dozen

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