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MOCA now requires upgraded face coverings: No cloth masks

Category: COVID-19
A MOCA visitor wears a KN95 mask in one of the museum’s galleries in November. (From MOCA )

The Museum of Contemporary Art has a new dress code. No more cloth - masks, that is. The museum now requires all visitors to wear surgical, N95, KF94 or KN95 face masks when inside its Grand Avenue and Geffen Contemporary locations.

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