Masking hoax persisted 3 years in Colorado hospital system, and still does for some who refuse experimental drug use

Two Colorado hospitals are dropping their mask requirements after roughly three years of forcing individuals to mask up.

DenverHealth announced this month that it will finally end its mask mandate, which has been in place for nearly three years, originally going into effect March 2020.

That all changes Wednesday, March 1, as “asymptomatic patients, visitors and vaccinated staff at all Denver Health facilities may choose to mask but are no longer required to do so,” according to the hospital, which said the decision is “aligned with other peer health care institutions in the Denver metro area.”

However, the update states those with respiratory symptoms, as well as unvaccinated staff members, will still be required to wear masks in the facilities.