PROVO — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Thursday, 30 December 2021, that it will implement additional health protocols following the surge of positive COVID-19 cases at the flagship MTC.
“The Provo MTC continues to operate at a reduced capacity and so there are ample facilities to isolate those who are negative and quarantine those who are positive.”
Additional protocols are now in place involving strict procedures in the cafeteria and gymnasium.
The church now requires face coverings to be worn at all times in classes, meetings, and devotionals.
Missionaries will not travel to their assigned areas unless they are tested negative. New arriving missionaries will be required to test negative prior to their report date.
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