On Tuesday, Tyson Foods announced that some fully vaccinated employees will no longer have a mask requirement.
Unfortunately, the change only impacts workers at some facilities, according to Reuters.
Workers at meat processing facilities, or any facility inspected by the USDA, will still be required to wear masks.
Tyson is relaxing the mandate due to lower infection rates and "extremely low rates of serious illness."
Last year, the company required all employees to be vaccinated.
More than 96% of workers were vaccinated ahead of the company's Nov. 1 deadline.
To motivate employees, the largest meat supplier in the U.S. even offered workers a chance to win a weekly $10,000 lottery for even partial vaccination.
Tyson has spent $810 million on preventive safety measures and will still provide masks for employees who chose to wear them.