Wilfrid Laurier University extends its mask mandate

A sign marks the entrance to Wilfrid Laurier University's campus in Waterloo on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. (David Imrie / CTV Kitchener)

Wilfrid Laurier University has announced that it will be extending its mask mandate.

The Waterloo school tweeted Thursday afternoon that the "face-covering police remains in effect beyond May 31 until further notice."

It went on to say that masks will be required at convocation in June.

Laurier’s face-covering policy remains in effect beyond May 31 until further notice, including June convocation. Laurier will continue to assess conditions and share updates. https://t.co/hhCVSZoUra pic.twitter.com/YwUgIgBLGv

— Wilfrid Laurier University (@Laurier) May 26, 2022

In March, Laurier announced it would be keeping the mask mandate until May 1.

The school says it will "continue to assess conditions and share updates."

More on Laurier's face covering policy can be found here.