New York’s court system is loosening its mask policy as new coronavirus cases among staff members have hovered at around zero in recent weeks.

In a video announcement on Monday, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore said the new shift will allow fully vaccinated court employees and judges to go maskless in “non-public areas” inside court buildings. Those non-public areas include robing rooms, locker rooms and back offices “not accessible to court users,” according to a memorandum outlining the policy.