Mask mandates are back in some courthouses, while other courts are preparing to require vaccinations or regular COVID-19 testing for judges and staff.

The Driver:

Lagging vaccination rates in some areas of the country, coupled with growing concerns around the highly contagious Delta variant, have spurred some courts to reinstate COVID protocols they had hoped to leave behind just a few weeks ago.

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