The Speaker of the House announced the plans in a memo to members and staff on Thursday.
A layered approach, especially for those who aren't vaccinated, is recommended.
Cases are proportionally lower in the 7-county Twin Cities metro, where vaccination rates are higher.
The board will have people trespassed, which comes with a one year ban from all school property.
Masks will be required in some outdoor areas, but not while running.
Those who violate the federal facemask mandate will face stiffer fines.
The advice comes ahead of the opening of the Minnesota State Fair.
The Anoka-Hennepin School Board meets Monday evening.
The TSA has extended its face mask requirement.
19 metro-area districts will require masks; 11 won't require masks; 16 are undecided.
The school board will consider the proposal, as well as others, on Aug. 17.
Many places have changed their protocols due to the spread of the delta variant.
The State Fair has said an indoor mask mandate could happen, though final decisions are yet to be made.
The new safety policy goes into effect this weekend.
The rule goes into effect Monday, and will continue at the start of the new school year.
Anyone going inside recreation centers, ice arenas, and indoor spaces at pools must put on a mask.
They say it will help protect other students who can't get vaccinated or are at risk.
The mayors are also urging businesses to adopt mask rules for customers.
The mandate goes into effect Tuesday.
State health officials revealed their COVID-19 recommendations for 2021-22.
Students older than 12 are encouraged but not required to wear masks.
The flight was delayed for more than an hour.
Proof of vaccination won't be required, and face masks won't be mandatory.
New CDC guidance says vaccinated people don't need to wear face masks indoors.