Masks won't be mandatory in deal-signing ceremony in Washington -report

A White House official said on Monday night that White House personnel will be encouraging participants of the Israel-Bahrain-UAE deal-signing ceremony to wear protective masks but won't be enforcing them to do so, according to a report by Walla!.
"The ceremony will take place in an open lawn, and we will maintain social distancing as much as possible," the official told reporters.